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Age, gravity, movement, and heavy lifting come together to create a lot of pressure on the spinal column. Compressed nerve roots limit mobility and cause pain in varying degrees as you try to perform daily tasks. Individuals diagnosed with spinal compression may be unable to perform regular everyday tasks due to the pressure and pain in their spine. Fortunately, spinal decompression in Largo provides the opportunity to reduce pain, eliminate pressure, and realign your spine. At Coastal Chiropractic, we specialize in decompression and are happy to offer this as a back-pain solution to our patients.

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What is Spinal Decompression in Largo and How Does it Work?

Spinal decompression, as the name suggests, decompresses the spine by stretching it out and allowing bulging disks to relax back into place. The therapy takes approximately 30-45 minutes over a series of 12-20 sessions. Approximately 40% of decompression patients feel a difference after only 2-3 weeks of treatment and because the therapy is non-invasive, there is little downtime following decompression. You may feel tender directly afterwards, but otherwise, many patients go on about their daily tasks without fail. This therapy performed on a decompression table under the supervision of a certified chiropractor. The table helps stretch the spine and alleviates pressure between the disks. You will physically feel your spine pulling slightly as you lay on the table. The success rate for this procedure is high at almost 89%. It provides a promising alternative to invasive surgical procedures and ongoing bouts of medication.

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What is Spinal Decompression in Largo Used to Treat?

While spinal decompression can be beneficial for general back pain, it’s also used to treat specific symptoms and disorders as well. Such as:

  • Injured nerve root
  • Herniated discs
  • Sciatica
  • Leg weakness or tingling
  • Degenerative disc disease

If you suffer from spine pain, it’s best to get a formal diagnosis from a doctor before beginning treatment. Your physician’s diagnosis will help your chiropractor design the right treatment for you, incorporating your current medications and physical therapy into an ongoing plan of action.

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Benefits of Spinal Decompression

Aside from the obvious benefit of pain reduction and long-lasting proven results, spinal decompression is also an affordable alternative to expensive surgeries and medications. It’s also safe over a long period of time and can be used in tandem with a variety of other treatment methods. Your doctor may suggest decompression while taking medication for back pain. Once the decompression begins to work and you feel results, your physician may recommend halting medication altogether.

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Treating a Herniated Disc

One of the most common issues for decompression treatment is a herniated disc. Herniated discs occur when a small part of the disc nucleus gets forced out of the annulus and enters the spinal canal.

Symptoms of a herniated disc include:

  • Burning sensation in the arms and legs
  • Tingling in fingers, toes, hands and feet
  • Numbness in your extremities
  • Weak or sore muscles
  • Stabbing pain in arms and legs

Remember, your spine is used to control the entirety of your body, which means your hands and legs are often the first to give symptoms of a spinal problem.
Patients with disc herniation often see a size and pain decrease of 90%. That’s a huge amount of reduction without the use of surgery.

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Who Should Use Spinal Decompression?

Spinal Decompression might be right for you if you have pain in your neck and back, feel restricted from performing daily tasks and hobbies, such as playing sports or playing with your kids. It’s also beneficial for patients who have tried traditional and alternative treatment approaches without a long-lasting result. For example, patients who take medication but only feel results while the medication is in effect might benefit from spinal decompression. We often suggest that if you’ve been diagnosed with a degenerated disc, sciatica, herniated disc, or a bulging disc, this therapy can help. It’s not, unfortunately, appropriate for patients who are pregnant, being treated for bone or spinal cancer, or who have a medical fusion in the pain area.

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Contact Coastal Chiropractic Today

At Coastal Chiropractic, we limit our intake of patients to ensure we give each patient 100% at each visit. Even if you live in Clearwater, if you’ve been feeling back, neck, arm or leg pain, or have been diagnosed with one of the above disorders, we invite you to contact us. Coastal Chiropractic performs a one on one consultation with each patient to create a custom therapy plan specific to your needs. For a closer look at our available services, or to speak to our certified chiropractor, we invite you to call us today at 1-727-581-2774 or contact us online.

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