Non-surgical Spinal Decompression Table
Non-invasive, Non-surgical, Drug Free
To understand how decompression tables work, it may help to understand more about the spinal anatomy.
The spine consists of the spinal cord and nerve roots branching off the spinal cord. These important nerve superhighways are protected inside a column of stacked vertebrae which are cushioned by soft intervertebral discs. The spinal column also is comprised of facet joints, small muscles, and ligaments. Over time, the cartilaginous lining of the facet joints and the cartilaginous walls of intervertebral discs begin to deteriorate.
It is not uncommon for abnormalities in the spinal anatomy to compress nearby spinal nerves. A chiropractic decompression table attempts to release nerve compression by manipulating the spinal anatomy back into place.
A very effective treatment for: