Spinal Decompression - Active Physio Health

Spinal Decompression

Patients who suffer from the chronic pain associated with bulging, degenerating, or herniated discs may benefit from treatment using a spinal decompression table.

This type of pain, which can manifest as back or neck pain itself as well as associated pain in the arms and legs, may have already been treated by traditional traction methods, traditional Physiotherapy or even by spinal surgery to limited improvement.

In these cases, a spinal decompression table that uses computerized sensors to perform stretching actions on the spine and promote healing can be uniquely effective. We achieve 80%-85% success rate with specific conditions. If you are unsure if Spinal decompression is for you, please call our friendly team to discuss your circumstances with us.

Spinal decompression therapy aims to help patients who suffer from:

  • debilitating pain due to bulging discs
  • degenerating spinal discs and facet joints
  • herniated discs
  • chronic low back pain
  • lower back stiffness
  • many causes of sciatica or nerve pain
  • worn spinal joints

Spinal decompression is a unique method of treatment that offers an alternative option for people who are struggling to improve with traditional methods. Most clients require 10-20 sessions of Spinal Decompression to receive maximum benefits. You should start to see an improvement after 6 sessions.

Your Physiotherapist will be with you during all of your sessions and they will advise regarding best exercises and treatment techniques to utilise in combination with Spinal Decompression to get the best results for your individual circumstances.


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