Spinal Decompression Therapy for Pain Relief
Spines are our specialty at Camarillo Spine & Nerve Institute, and we welcome patients throughout Ventura County, CA who suffer from back pain and other symptoms of spinal issues. Our healthcare specialists have specialized training to accurately diagnose and effectively treat the source of your pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness. We use all-natural treatments that offer you relief from your symptoms. There’s no need to worry about the recovery time or risks that go with back surgery and other more invasive procedures. With spinal decompression therapy, we treat your back pain using state-of-the-art technology.
Information on Spinal Decompression
When you have discs that are herniated or bulging, they can put pressure on your spinal nerves and cause pain in your back and legs. At Camarillo Spine & Nerve Institute, we use nonsurgical decompression to relieve the pressure from these discs and alleviate the associated pain. There’s little to no recovery time, and you won’t need powerful pain medications. Spinal decompression gently stretches the spine using mechanical traction. We’ll place you on a special table as our healthcare professional uses a computer to control the traction device. One session of spinal decompression typically consists of 15 decompression periods for one minute, with a relaxation cycle between each period, which comes to a total of 30 minutes. There’s a vacuum-like effect with nonsurgical decompression that allows leaking tissue to return to the spinal discs. You also get an increase in blood circulation with the vacuum effect, which brings oxygen and nutrients to your spinal discs that are necessary for healing.
Contact Us for Treatment in Ventura County, CA
Spinal decompression therapy is a safe and pain-free treatment method, and some patients have actually fallen asleep during the procedure. Camarillo Spine & Nerve Institute believes that surgery should be a last resort to treat your back pain. We invite you to contact us to schedule a free consultation, where you can learn if you’re a candidate for spinal decompression therapy at our office.