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Studies Show Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Provides Relief Quickly

Written By Community Health & Wellness Center on May 26, 2021

Spinal discs don’t get a whole lot of blood flow, making them slow healers. Injuries to discs can occur from trauma, aging, poor nutrition and just plain genetics.  Thin of a disc like the shock absorbers in your car.  When they stop functioning like they were designed to do, you have problems.  When it’s your discs, you can get pinched nerves, joint inflammation and pain.  Also affected is blood flow, critical to the healing process.

At Community Health and Wellness Center in Plantation, we utilize the Cox® Spinal Decompression protocol to treat disc conditions and restore their health. The efficacy of this protocol has been proven in the lab with Federal grant funding.  We encourage you to consult the Cox website.

How Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Works

Non Surgical Spinale DecompressionPain in your spine and back is often caused by pressure of some sort, be it a herniated disc pressing on a nerve, chronic inflammation, tight muscles, and so on.

Spinal Decompression treats the damaged discs by helping the disc to rehydrate thereby forcing it to “inflate”. This boosts the healing process, reduces pinched nerves and puts your spine to get back into better alignment.

Spinal decompression therapy runs approximately 20-30 minutes. Some patients may feel initial discomfort but that can immediately be addressed as we adjust pressure, position, or even duration of treatment. Other than that, it’s a gentle, painless therapy that is often the answer to eliminating many patients’ back pain.

Get Back Pain and Headache Relief in Plantation

At Community Health and Wellness Center, our services include chiropractic, acupuncture, massage therapy, physical therapy, cold laser therapy and injury rehabilitation procedures. 

Dr. Dinner has been extensively trained by the founder and developer of the technique, James Cox, DC. He has also been certified in the procedure by examination and has attended multiple post-graduate training sessions in the Cox® Spinal Disc Decompression procedures.

Have questions or need to schedule an appointment? Call us at (954) 370-7246 or go online and fill out a contact form.

Posted In: Chiropractic Low Back Pain Spinal Decompression Cox Spinal Decompression Therapy