Whether you are experiencing neck or back pain, spinal decompression therapy offered by our Dalton chiropractors and also our Ringgold chiropractors may be your perfect solution. We’ve often seen patients who scheduled themselves for back surgery or were planning on going on disability, unable to work. With the help of spinal decompression therapy, they were able to cancel their surgery and are back to their daily activities.
“We have successfully treated thousands of patients with severe neck and lower back pain with spinal decompression therapy and with such great results we now have 11 tables to accommodate the demand for this amazingly effective treatment. The vast majority of even our worst cases experience significant, long lasting relief, including those patients who have already had surgery, have relapsed and have experienced a return of pain. My patients demand results, and spinal decompression therapy does just that, provides pain relief so they can resume their active lives.”
- Dr. Charles Pray, D.C.
Founder and Owner of Pray Chiropractic
Our computerized spinal decompression works well for conditions such as:
- Back pain
- Back syndromes
- Bulging disc
- Degenerative disc disease
- Herniated disc
- Leg pain
- Neck pain
- Arm Pain
- Pinched nerve
What to Expect
You’ll lie on the comfortable table and feel a light, gentle pull on the spine. This dynamic pull allows fluids to be pumped back into your discs so that they can heal. Our well-trained staff monitors you constantly while you’re on the table.
Spinal Decompression Therapy slowly lengthens and decompresses the spine painlessly reducing neck and back pain. The experience can be so relaxing that many patients actually fall asleep. Studies have shown Spinal Decompression reduces disc herniation size up to 90% in a majority of patients while decreasing pain up to 90%. The vast majority of even our worst cases experience significant, long lasting relief, including those patients with failed back surgery
If your chiropractor determines that you may benefit from spinal decompression therapy, they’ll recommend it to you. Typically, about 20 total treatments are recommended, done three times per week, then two times per week, and then down to once a week.
The success rate of spinal decompression is supported by pre- and post-treatment X-rays that show an improvement in the height of your discs. Our patients report not only a reduction in their pain but a feeling that their back has become more durable and stronger over the course of treatment.
To maintain your results, we recommend that you have spinal decompression done periodically. It’ll help you remain properly aligned and flexible in your low back and neck.
Contact us today to schedule your appointment and find out why we’ve been voted Best of the Best 11 years in a row by the Chattanooga Times Free Press.