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Did you know that Carolina Spine & Disc offers Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression?
At Carolina Spine & Disc, we offer a Non-Surgical solution for various types of neck and back pain. Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression(NSSD) is an effective treatment, from disc disease to arthritis, to sciatica and more. Even post-surgical patients and those suffering from certain types of stenosis have reported significant pain relief from NSSD treatments. If you are suffering from chronic neck or back pain, there is hope for lasting relief with Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression!
What does Spinal Decompression do?
Spinal decompression slowly lengthens and takes the pressure off the tissue in the spine, creating negative pressure within the disc. This vacuum-like effect is caused by the reversal of pressure to reposition bulging discs. By doing so, this pulls oxygen and nutrient-rich fluids back into the disc space. This procedure is truly unlike anything you have ever experienced.
What are the benefits of Spinal Decompression?
If you suffer from back and neck pain, you know how disrupting it can be in your everyday life. Luckily, there are several benefits from Spinal Decompression. Here are the top 3 benefits on Spinal Decompression for your chronic neck and back pain:
- It’s a non-invasive procedure. Spinal Decompression can relieve a good amount of your intrusive neck and back pain without the need for pricey operations.
- The Process is quick. No more hours of waiting in a hospital waiting room, a typical NSSD treatment session lasts around 20 minutes depending on the individual’s needs.
- The Treatment Process is painless and relieving. During your Spinal Decompression session, a harness is gently fastened around your hips while you are in an upright position on the decompression table. The decompression table will slowly lower vertically to begin gently stretching your spine. This process can be very relaxing and feel relieving almost instantly.
What does my initial visit with Dr. Talerico Involve?
When you come in for Spinal Decompression at Carolina Spine and Disc Center, you will receive a complete physical exam by Dr. Talerico. He will review your symptoms and go over your MRI or X-Ray images to determine if you are a candidate for Spinal Decompression. If you are not a candidate for Spinal Decompression, he will determine which of our other effective treatment modalities will best fit your needs.