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How Spinal Decompression Can Help Get You Back on Your Feet

Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression in Orlando

Rumley Family Chiropractic P.A. in Orlando offers spinal decompression for back pain relief and the healing of herniated discs, which can cause lower back pain and sciatica.

Decompression Benefits at Rumley Family Chiropractic P.A.

If you have chronic, moderate to severe back pain, spinal decompression at Rumley Family Chiropractic P.A may be able to help you recover. Non-surgical spinal decompression is a form of traction that gently stretches the spine in order to heal herniated discs and provide relief to pinched nerves, which helps reduce pain without medications or surgery.

The Spinal Decompression Healing Process

The process of decompressing your spine starts with applying a gentle force to your vertebrae. This force creates a negative pressure on the spine that slowly increases the spaces between the vertebrae. This is exceptionally beneficial for healing herniated discs, which do not receive their nutrients from blood. Instead, the discs that cushion your spine are filled with a clear fluid. Compressed, bulging and herniated discs cannot refill with fluid as efficiently, which means they heal slowly. By increasing the spaces between your vertebrae with spinal decompression, we are giving your discs the space they need to retract and refill with fluid, which decreases your recovery time.

Spinal Decompression with the Neural-Flex® Kennedy Table

Our chiropractors in Orlando provide spinal decompression with the Nearal-Flex Kennedy Table. This is a computerized decompression table that allows for multiple patient positions, including laying on the back, stomach or side. In addition, certain sections of the table can be raised in order to make the treatment more effective.

With this table, our chiropractors are able to decompression the cervical vertebrae, lumbar vertebrae and thoracic vertebrae. The table even offers vibration, and it has a lifting capacity of 400 pounds.

To learn more about how spinal decompression can lower your back pain and heal herniated discs, call our Orlando chiropractic office at 407-277-0046.

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  • "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
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    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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