Relieve Pain Naturally with Axial Spinal Decompression [Video Inside]

A staggering 80 percent of people worldwide will experience back pain at some point in their lives. This condition can ruin your career, your work performance, and your social life as well as your self-esteem.

Unfortunately, painkillers only work on short-term. Not to mention their potential side effects, which range from stomach ulcers to digestive distress, nausea, and fluid retention. Stronger medications may cause addiction and have deadly consequences.

Considering these facts, it’s not surprising that more and more people are seeking natural ways to relieve back pain. At Back to Health, we specialize in axial spinal decompression and other physiotherapy techniques with proven benefits. This treatment method has been around for decades and has none of the side effects of medications.

How Does Axial Spinal Decompression Work?

Axial spinal decompression is a non-invasive therapy that involves applying traction to the spine. It requires the use of a computerized mechanical table, which makes it possible to gently stretch the spine and improve its position. This procedure also takes pressure off the spinal discs, relieving pain. It’s particularly effective in the treatment of:

This form of therapy aims to improve a patient’s quality of life and allow him to resume his day-to-day activities.

In a clinical trial that compared the effectiveness of TENS therapy versus VAX-D, a spinal decompression device, in the treatment of back pain, the VAX-D group had a 68.4 percent success rate. None of the subjects receiving TENS therapy experienced improvements. Even though the study was conducted on a small group, it proves that axial spinal decompression works better than other therapies.

During a typical session, the patient lies face down on a computer-controlled table, with a harness around his trunk and pelvis. The table is separated in the middle so that it can decompress the spine and relieve pressure. This process takes up to 45 minutes. Most individuals report dramatic improvements after 20 to 28 treatments.

Axial spinal decompression is often used in conjunction with other procedures, such as heat or cold therapy, ultrasound therapy, or electrical stimulation. Your doctor may apply these methods before or after spinal decompression. When used together, these therapies can accelerate healing and provide faster pain relief.

What Are the Benefits?

The health benefits of axial spinal decompression are backed up by science. In most studies, patients who underwent this procedure were able to resume their normal activities and experienced significant pain relief after treatment.

This form of therapy promotes self-healing and tissue repair, reduces pressure on the vertebral joints, and rehydrates degenerated discs. Plus, it’s painless and requires no downtime. You can return home or go back to work right away.

With a few exceptions, axial spinal decompression is safe for most people. Let your doctor know if you’re pregnant or you’ve had back surgery or spinal fusion. Also, beware that this procedure may not be the best option for those with metal implants in the spine, advanced osteoporosis, tumors, or fractures.

At Back to Health, we’ve been using this therapy and other treatments for back pain since 1995. Whether you suffer from neck or back pain, carpal tunnel, arthritis, or fractures, we can help. Call 888-312-5764 to request an appointment! A few weeks from now on, back pain will be just a bad memory.

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