Spinal Decompression: A New Way To Look At Pain Relief
An emerging method for those suffering with back pain.
Receiving non-invasive spinal decompression is a relaxing and painless experience, however not all patients are candidates for decompression therapy. Dr. Marone says, "If a patient can be helped with it they will be informed, but if it will not help that person will also be informed and would be offered alternative suggestions as to what else may help." Dr. Marone begins by taking a patient's history, taking x-rays and doing an examination. After the x-rays have been reviewed, a meeting will be set with the patient to report the findings and let the patient know whether or not spinal decompression would be beneficial, or if some other treatment would be more appropriate.
Spinal decompression therapy is a relatively new technique for the relief of pain, both chronic and acute, in the neck, and upper and lower back. Over the past several years, more and more people are turning to the alternative method of spinal decompression. Its popularity is rising due, in part, to the positive reviews patients are reporting. Patients have expressed relief of pain from herniated discs, degenerated discs, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, sciatica, spinal root impingement, degenerative joint disease, and lower back pain in general. Anyone that has had a failed back surgery may want to consider spinal decompression therapy.
About Marone Family Chiropractic
Marone Family Chiropractic provides traditional and contemporary chiropractic care, nutritional assessments with Nutritional Response Testing, 10-Day and 21-Day cleansing programs tailored to address specific health issues, and weight loss for the whole family.
Marone Family Chiropractic
Dr. John Marone
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