Spinal Decompression Treatment from AWO Chiropractic & Injury Center
Back pain is one of the most common reasons why people seek the care of a trained medical professional. Back pain can make it hard for someone to go to work, attend school, or even get out of bed in the morning. Therefore, everyone deserves to have access to high-quality treatment options that can alleviate their back pain. One of the options that people might have heard about is spinal decompression. Dr. Oluwaseun Awobusuyi is able to provide high-quality care in the form of spinal decompression at AWO Chiropractic & Injury Center.
What to Know About Spinal Decompression
When someone is thinking about having spinal decompression performed for their back pain should know a few important points about this therapy. Some of these points include:
Spinal Decompression is a Non-Surgical Option: When people are told that they need to have surgery for their back pain, they often have a lot of questions and concerns. One of these is the possibility of avoiding surgery. Individuals and their family members should know that spinal decompression is not a surgical procedure. This might even be a chance for someone to avoid surgery.
Discomfort During the Procedure: Individuals are visiting the chiropractor for pain in their back is they are interested in spinal decompression therapy. While the procedure itself does not hurt, some people with pain in their back might find the idea of laying on a table a little bit uncomfortable. Individuals should be prepared for this during surgery.
Widening the Vertebrae: Spinal decompression helps to alleviate back pain by widening the space between the vertebrae. Often, people have pain in their back because the vertebrae are compressing the nerves or because they are resting on top of each other. Spinal decompression works to widen the space between these vertebrae, alleviating this pain.
Prior to agreeing to spinal decompression, it is important for people to tell their chiropractor about any and all medical problems they have. This will help the chiropractor figure out if spinal decompression therapy is right for that person.
Rely on the Dedicated Team at AWO Chiropractic & Injury Center
Spinal decompression therapy can be an effective treatment option for those who are suffering from back pain. Dr. Oluwaseun Awobusuyi - Palm Bay, of the AWO Chiropractic & Injury Center, is here to serve individuals and families in the Melbourne, West Melbourne, and Etna areas. Spinal Decompression can be helpful for those who are living with discomfort in their back. To learn more about this therapy, please call us today to schedule an appointment. We are here to help you!