Though no one really wants to go under the knife, people suffering from chronic back aches will do just about anything to make the pain stop. Spine decompression therapy is a non-surgical solution is shown to be quite successful in relieving recurring pain. This back pain treatment is generally an outstanding alternative to back surgery treatment.
There are many reasons to avoid back surgery. There are risks and side effects involved and often the surgeries do not create inadequate outcomes. Some people are surprised to find that not only did their back pain not going away after surgery, it actually got worse.
Avoiding surgery is often the better alternative, if and only if you find a way to alleviates the pain. Spinal decompression doesn’t work for everyone but studies show a fairly high rate of success. It is certainly worth investigating before going under the knife.
Spinal decompression therapy usually consists of regular treatments. Sessions can span 2-7 or more weeks. The decompression works in small but regular increments, which is why this therapy requires a schedule of regular treatments. Patients will go daily or almost daily, depending on their specific requirements.
Spinal decompression therapy is a choice which has presented great results. Herniated disc is the most frequent back back problem remedied with decompression spinal therapy. Spinal stenosis and sciatica are also back conditions that have a good rate of success using spine decompression therapy.
Spinal decompression is one of the better nonsurgical procedures existing for back pain. Nevertheless, spinal decompression therapy is not for everybody. Also, there is a cost associated with this treatment. A typical treatment is made up of at least 20 sessions, with a standard cost of around $4,000. Most health plans cover the therapy. However, if you have deductibles and co-payments to meet, this still might be a expensive means to relieve back pain.