Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness provides advanced spinal decompression, which aids in better movement and can realign bulging discs. There are multiple benefits to spinal decompression outside of the initial reason for treatment. Compressed spinal material can cause pain, discomfort and secondary, or referred conditions. Spinal decompression aims to address primary spinal compression conditions and improve overall wellness and function.

Spinal decompression is conducive to healing, as most spinal conditions are exacerbated by continued pressure and pain. By providing the patient with relief from pain and discomfort, Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness can also concentrate on other elements of your health and wellness plan. We do not rely on any single treatment when it comes to the well-being of our patients, preferring to instead offer our patients a complete plan through treatments and better living.

Stimulating Healthy Disc Function

One of the main benefits of spinal decompression is that it stimulates healthy disc function. A common cause of degenerative spinal conditions is the reduced production of important nutrients in the spine. Spinal decompression has been shown to promote increased nutrition production in the spine, which reduces pressure and can eliminate pain and discomfort for many patients.

Water content is essential to normal spinal function. When patients undergo spinal decompression, improved water content helps to prevent further bone-on-bone contact. Once the patient reaches the stage where the pain is significantly reduced and movement improves, Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness can provide additional health and wellness treatments.

As a standalone treatment, spinal decompression offers benefits for patients with spinal pain and mobility issues. Whether you want to find pain relief or get yourself to the point where you can concentrate on your overall health, spinal decompression may be a suitable option for you.

To learn more about spinal decompression, contact Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness today.