Shorelife Chiropractic & Wellness offers Flexion Distraction to patients in Brick, New Jersey. What is Flexion Distraction? It is a chiropractic technique that we use to treat lumbar spine pain or medical conditions. Since there is no surgery in the technique, a chiropractor helps you increase spinal motion without causing more damage or pain.
If you suffer from disc bulges or herniations, then Flexion-Distraction therapy provides a safe and gentle alternative to traditional medical procedures. It helps to take the pressure from a dysfunctional lumbar. To find out more about Flexion-Distraction, feel free to contact our clinic today.
There are some distinct advantages of Flexion Distraction that separate it from other types of chiropractic care, such as:
At Shorelife Chiropractic & Wellness, a chiropractor uses a specialized table that distracts and flexes your spine in an automated rhythmic motion. While it may seem harsh, the motion is actually quite slow, steady, and gentle. Using the table, we try various manual techniques to help ease the pain created from the herniated disc or bulge in the spine.
Flexion-Distraction promotes proper movement, which pulls the disc bulge back into the spine. The movement also allows adequate blood flow throughout the central nervous system and nutrients into the spinal disc.
Although the main objective of Flexion-Distraction Therapy is to remove pressure from a bulged disc, it can also help relieve painful symptoms from other conditions, including:
In addition, it can also help you if you suffer from failed back surgery. Your previous surgery may have caused additional pain or created more injury in your back. Flexion-Distraction therapy will remove the pain instead of adding to it.
If you are looking for an alternative to traditional back surgery to relieve pain, then contact Shorelife Chiropractic & Wellness. We offer comprehensive chiropractic care for all types of back conditions. To schedule a consultation with a chiropractor, call us at 732-202-7846 or fill our contact page.