Spinal Decompression & Chiropractic More Effective for Easing Back Pain

Spinal Decompression & Chiropractic Helps Lumbar Issues in Gadsden

Gadsden Family Chiropractic sees many back pain patients in our busy Gadsden chiropractic office. Many of these people have some form of spinal condition that is causing them pain and discomfort. Luckily, Gadsden Family Chiropractic finds that spinal decompression treatment is an effective way to help these folks.

What is Spinal Decompression and How Can it Help Me?

Non-surgical spinal decompression is a treatment technique that takes all of the positive benefits that one normally gets from chiropractic therapy, traction, physiotherapy, exercise therapy, and myofascial therapy and merges them all into one.

The objective of decompression is to keep you away from the surgeon's knife, and that is precisely what it has done for a lot of people, as it has a reported 85% success rate.

Some of the problems spinal decompression helps with include generalized back pain, sciatica, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, compression fractures, and joint discomfort.

Spinal decompression works by reversing the influences of wear, tear, and the force of gravity that compresses the intervertebral discs in your back. The movie below demonstrates how it works to decrease pressure on your back and helps eliminate pain and disability.

Gadsden Family Chiropractic Can Help People Find Relief From Chronic Back Issues

If you live in Gadsden and you're struggling with back problems, spinal decompression therapy might be the answer. Call Gadsden Family Chiropractic today at (256) 543-3033 for a consultation or appointment.

May 01, 2023
 Dr. Karen Tortoriello

Dr. Brockway

Welcome to Gadsden Family Chiropractic, in downtown Gadsden. We deliver personalized quality care for children, students, adults, and senior citizens. Eight out of ten Americans will have back pain in their lifetime. Dr. Karen Brockway enjoys treating people of all ages. From birth to old age, our bodies are constantly changing. Everyday living takes a toll on our bodies, causing minor trauma to the spine, ligaments and muscles. Chiropractic care can help keep your spine healthy so you can keep going for the next 30, 40, or 50 years.