Anyone that has ever suffered from any type of back pain knows how it can completely disrupt your life. Almost every movement you make uses back muscles. It can be so overwhelming for some people that they can think of nothing else other than finding relief.
There are essentially two broad categories or methods of treatment, surgical and non-surgical, available in Charleston or wherever you may live. Spinal decompression is one form of treatment and can be accomplished either surgically or non-surgically. It has successfully been used to treat chronic causes of back and leg pain including: sciatica, spinal stenosis, bulging discs, disc herniation, pinched nerves, radiating arm pain, and isthmic and degenerative spondylolisthesis. The best treatment will vary for each person and will depend on the nature of their condition.
Thanks to advances in medical science and technology, it is now easier to treat and cure back pain conditions without the need for surgery. Spinal decompression has been a major breakthrough in this regard and has quickly become one of the preferred methods utilized in the treatment of back pain. Several leading health organizations have seen success rates consistently in excess of 83%.
Spinal decompression therapy was developed in the 1990’s. Today it is recognized as the preferred method of treatment for most forms of neck, back and leg pain and has been found to be over eighty percent more effective than more traditional methods of treatment. Its popularity and effectiveness have led to a steady decline in surgical procedures for the treatment of these painful conditions. And, the cost of the therapy is generally less than 5% of the cost for surgical procedures.
Check out this video of a man who underwent spinal decompression therapy and made a complete recovery from his debilitating back pain:
While spinal decompression therapy is only one form of treatment, it has proven to be a very effective method form of treatment. Take a moment to read through the information on the site and get a better understanding of spinal decompression therapy and determine whether it might be right for you. You can then consult one of the many excellent medical and chiropractic professionals in Charleston who can provide you with additional information.