Back In Line Chiropractic in Dallas GA Eliminates the Need for Surgery with Spinal Decompression

Back In Line Chiropractic in Dallas GA Eliminates the Need for Surgery with Spinal Decompression

Spinal decompression addresses the root causes of back pain and degenerative disc conditions, providing a natural alternative to surgery.

Dallas, GA - March 20, 2019 - Dr. LaDonna Bense, DC, and her team at Back In Line Chiropractic provide spinal decompression therapy as an alternative to potentially risky surgery.

When the material contained between spinal discs begins to protrude beyond its normal parameters, it invades surrounding nerves, which are highly-sensitive. To combat the problem, conventional doctors often prescribe powerful painkillers or even surgery. Invasive procedures involve shaving part of the disc to make room for the material that is crowding nearby nerves. Surgery requires patients to endure long recovery times, is not always effective, and only addresses the symptoms without correcting the underlying problem.

Spinal decompression offers a non-invasive, drug-free alternative. The procedure alternately stretches and relaxes the back, placing negative pressure on discs. This is believed to cause the gel-like material in the discs to retract, alleviating pressure on nerves and other spinal structures. This process draws water, nutrients, and oxygen into the discs, stimulating recovery.

Spinal decompression is done with the patient lying either face-up or face down on a motorized traction table controlled by a computer, allowing Dr. Bense to customize therapy to meet patients' unique needs. Sessions typically last thirty to forty-five minutes. Patients usually have 20--28 appointments spread out over five to seven weeks. Spinal decompression is often provided in conjunction with other chiropractic modalities, such as electrical stimulation, hot or cold therapy, and therapeutic ultrasound.

Disc decompression has been shown to be helpful in mitigating back and neck pain, sciatica, bulging or herniated discs and degenerative disc disorders, injured or diseased spinal nerve roots, and worn spinal joints (a condition known as posterior facet syndrome).

To learn more about decompression therapy, visit www.YourBackInLineNow.com. Those who have questions about this press release can use the following contact information to reach the clinic:

Contact Information:

Back in Line Chiropractic

110 Evans Mill Drive, Ste. 105

Dallas, GA 30157

(770) 505-5665

(770) 505-5654

http://www.YourBackInLineNow.com