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Our Orlando Chiropractor Offers Spinal Decompression After an Injury

Our Orlando Chiropractor Offers Spinal Decompression After an Injury  

When you have a back or neck injury, damaged discs in your lower, mid or upper spine can put pressure on the surrounding nerves. This can lead to pain that does not go away, even with medication or other conventional treatment methods. Our Orlando chiropractor can help you find pain relief with non-surgical spinal decompression.

Safe, Noninvasive Treatment for Back and Neck Pain

Non-surgical spinal decompression helps take pressure off of affected nerves, which relieves pain, tingling and other symptoms. This form of treatment involves the use of a decompression table that is allows our chiropractor to gently stretch your spine. These stretching movements place spinal discs under negative pressure, resulting in an effect that works much like a vacuum. This negative pressure helps relieve pressure on affected nerves. In the case of bulging discs, it also helps push disc material back to its normal place inside these discs for proper healing.

At Rumley Family Chiropractic, we offer spinal decompression for those who have bulging discs, herniated discs, sciatica and other spinal injuries. This treatment has been shown to provide more effective pain relief for these conditions than physical therapy, traction and spinal manipulation. We use a Kennedy Neural-Flex Decompression Table, which features a computerized head, to achieve these results. The Kennedy Neural-Flex Table allows patients to be moved to different positions for more precise treatment.

Our spinal decompression method is typically a relaxing experience for many patients. Although it does offer effective results, we might also recommend other forms of treatment, such as chiropractic adjustments or muscle stimulation, depending on the severity of your condition.

Contact Our Orlando Chiropractor

If you have a back or neck injury that causes ongoing pain, contact our Orlando chiropractor at 407-277-0046 to schedule an appointment or to learn more about spinal decompression. 

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I got into a car accident. My first one ever in fact. I wasn't really sure where to turn or what to do, but I knew my back and neck were pretty messed up and I needed some help. I did a quick Google search and found exactly what I needed. The Rumley Family website was very professional appearing and they got back to me quickly. I started my treatment and felt like a part of the family from the get go. Treatment was consistent and they paid deep attention to where I actually hurt unlike some doctors that tell you what hurts when it doesn't. Im very satisfied and I would come back again"
    Zebulon Clark Orlando, FL
  • ""They are very nice family and very generous"

    This year I recently got into a car accident with my boyfriend and we were referred to Rumley Family Chiropractic for treatment. They took great care of us each visit we went to and helped us get better over the months. They are a very nice family and very generous. We recommend this place better than any other place!"
    Kayla Pollack

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