Call to schedule: 050-884-1816

By relieving pressure on the neurological components of your spine, several forms of treatment known as “spinal decompression” can relieve back pain. For individuals with chronic neck and back pain brought on by disc issues and other spinal-related diseases, spinal decompression therapy is a secure, non-surgical, drug-free therapeutic option.

What Conditions can Spinal Decompression Treat?

You may seek spinal decompression therapy for a variety of causes, including:

  • Bulging disks, where the spacer between the vertebrae protrudes.
  • Degenerative disks, which occur when the cushion between the vertebrae begins to wear away.
  • Herniated disks, in which a portion of a disk presses against a nerve.
  • Pinched nerves, which result in numbness, discomfort, or tingling when a nerve is crushed (pinched).
  • Sciatica, which affects the sciatic nerve.
  • Spinal stenosis, a narrowing of the gaps in your spine brought on by disks that have bulged or herniated or bone spurs.

How Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Work

The bulging or herniated disc can be brought back into its central place in the spine with the help of spinal decompression therapy, which opens up space between the various vertebrae. This releases pressure from the surrounding soft tissues and nerves. Increased circulation, which makes it easier for nutrients, oxygen, and fluids to flow back into the disc and encourage the body’s healing process, happens when the effects of axial stress or compression in the spine are reversed.

What a Spinal Decompression Session is Like

The chiropractor will have you wear a harness around your pelvis and trunk when you show up for your spinal decompression appointment. On a lumbar decompression table that repositions the spine using motorized traction, you will be asked to lie down. The lower part of the table will be controlled by the chiropractor, and the top will remain stationary.

Spinal decompression therapy shouldn’t hurt, in contrast to other chronic back pain treatment alternatives that could harm while being performed. Instead, the session will cause you to sense pressure and pulling. The computerized table is equipped with sensors that can identify muscles that are starting to stiffen up or resist stretching. These make it simple for the chiropractor to alter the amount of pressure required to produce the desired results. Our clinic takes great care to provide a tranquil setting for its patients in order to ensure that they are as easy as possible during the process.

Time Length of Therapy

It will take about 30 minutes to complete one spinal decompression procedure. You typically need more than one session to fully benefit from this process. Between 15 and 30 sessions might be expected in a four-to-six-week time frame.

Physiological Benefits of Spinal Decompression Therapy

Spinal decompression therapy has the following physiological effects:

  • improves blood flow to the disc,
  • enhances nutrient supply;
  • lowers intradiscal pressure;
  • encourages the regression of disc herniation;
  • lessens nerve compression; and
  • enables disc rehydration.

Physical Benefits of Spinal Decompression Therapy

Physical benefits of spinal decompression therapy include lowering pain levels, increasing spinal mobility, reducing muscle guarding, improving postural integrity, developing core strength, increasing joint flexibility, lowering stress levels, boosting the immune system, preventing further injuries, and promoting overall wellness.


1- Who can benefit from spinal decompression therapy?

This course of treatment is also not recommended for people who have fractures, infections, bone cancer, or any other condition that requires surgical intervention, for old people with serious comorbidities, for very young people, or for those who are under a specific weight or BMI.

2- How well does spinal decompression therapy work?

The patients’ conditions, how long the program is continued within the suggested time frame, and adherence to the post-care regimen all affect how effective the therapy is.

3- Does the spinal decompression therapy hurt?

The process of spinal decompression therapy shouldn’t be unpleasant or painful. In actuality, avoiding discomfort is the main reason people seek out this therapy.

As Dr. Brayan says  
“My goal is to find the root cause of your pain and help you live the pain-free life you deserve”
– Dr. Brayan Dalton, UAE  


Joanne Horowitz

We’d Love To Hear From You!  
Book An Appointment
100% Privacy Guaranteed