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Posted on 05-15-2017

How you can benefit from Spinal Decompression

You’ve most likely heard that adjustments of the spine can help not only with pain in the neck and back but with improvements in health and function all over the body. This is because the spine is linked by nerve pathways to systems throughout the body, and adjustments in the spine influence how well those systems operate. If you’re looking for pain relief, a greater range of motion, healing or any other outcome, spinal decompression from Herrington Chiropractic may just be an answer.

Man with back pain needs to see a chiropractor for spinal decompression.

Your Professional Chiropractor in Hattiesburg

When looking for a chiropractor in Hattiesburg, you want to find someone who can deliver a range of different treatments to ensure you get exactly what you need. While many types of spinal treatment exist – including the diversified “hands-on” technique, the Gonstead technique, and the activator and pro-adjustor techniques, both of which use instruments – one of the best is spinal decompression.

Spinal Decompression in Hattiesburg

Spinal decompression in Hattiesburg relies on applying traction to the spine to get it to stretch out or decompress. This creates a release of pressure between the vertebrae. This is helpful for people suffering from herniated or bulging discs, which occurs when two vertebrae sit too close to one another and crush or compress the disc between them.

When you receive spinal decompression in Hattiesburg from a qualified chiropractor, they will likely also teach you exercises that can help you stretch and decompress your spine on your own. That way you can continue the benefits even outside of your treatment sessions.

Spinal Decompression for Neck Pain or Back Pain

Spinal decompression for neck pain or back pain usually involves an inverted table or other apparatus that helps to manually stretch out the body. The result is negative pressure in the spaces between vertebrae, helping to bring nutrients and fluids to the area that will assist in healing the disc, reducing pain and increasing the ability to engage in the activity.

Note that this type of spinal decompression is manual, but surgical methods also exist. If you are experiencing neck pain or back pain, however, it is a good idea, to begin with, the noninvasive techniques provided by a chiropractor.

Pain Relief from a Hattiesburg Chiropractor

Our kind, compassionate and experienced team is always here to help you find the pain relief and better life you’re looking for. When you’re ready for long-lasting pain relief from an expert Hattiesburg Chiropractor, give us a call at (601) 450-4567. We will set you up with an appointment and put you on the path to healing.

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