Back In Line Chiropractic in Dallas GA Helps Relieve Bulging, Degenerating or Herniated Discs Through Spinal Decompression Therapy
09/27/2019

Dr. Bense, DC, provides spinal decompression therapy to help patients find relief from bulging, herniated or degenerating discs without drugs or surgery.

Online PR News – 27-September-2019 – Pottstown –

Dr. Bense, DC, provides spinal decompression therapy to help patients find relief from bulging, herniated or degenerating discs without drugs or surgery.

Dallas, GA - August 20, 2019 - Dr. LaDonna Bense, DC, and her team at Back In Line Chiropractic provide spinal decompression therapy to alleviate a variety of conditions affecting the back, such as bulging, herniated or degenerating discs.

When discs become compressed, the gel-like substance cushioned between them moves beyond the area it typically occupies, crowding out surrounding nerves and other structures. These nerves are highly sensitive, so when their space is invaded, intense pain results. To remedy the problem, conventional doctors usually prescribe powerful medications, or even surgery. These solutions come with risks and are not always effective. Dr. Bense provides a natural alternative: non-surgical spinal decompression.

This therapeutic modality involves the use of a motorized traction table that alternately stretches and relaxes the back. This process creates negative pressure, drawing protruding disc material back to its normal parameters. It's also believed that decompression delivers much-needed water, oxygen and nutrients to the discs, stimulating recovery.

The number of decompression sessions needed depends on the nature and severity of the patient's condition or injury. Dr. Bense usually recommends between 20 and 28 sessions, spanning five to seven weeks. Each appointment typically lasts 30--45 minutes. This approach is often provided in conjunction with other chiropractic modalities, such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation, hot or cold therapy and rehabilitation.

In addition to alleviating bulging or herniated discs, spinal decompression has been shown to reduce symptoms associated with certain types of back and neck pain, degenerative disc diseases and posterior facet syndrome (worn spinal joints). This therapy may also be helpful for patients with sciatica (numbness, pain and tingling that extends down the legs), and injured or diseased spinal nerve roots.

To learn more about disc decompression therapy in Dallas, GA, visit www.YourBackInLineNow.com. Those who have questions about this press release can contact 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