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Our thorough approach to healing takes into consideration your whole body and all the systems. We’ll identify the structural cause of your condition and then customize a specific treatment plan for you. Nutritional guidance to ensure you have everything you need to stay well, longer.
We take healing beyond chiropractic care and offer a variety of services, so you receive the precise care you need. We have:
- Therapists who work with you to do exercises and manual therapy stretches
- A spinal decompression table to heal from severe disc issues
- Traction to help restore the natural curvature of your spine
What Are Traction Chairs?
They are essential for serious chiropractic adjustments and back pain. A traction chair is a fully adjustable seat that chiropractors use to correct spinal imperfections and improve upon posture for patients. The chair is excellent at relieving pressure on the back while supporting the patients’ shoulders and neck. They use gravity to compress gaps in your neck while relieving pressure on legs and any lower extremities, making it easy for the chiropractor to evaluate and work on your back.
They Are Great For:
- People suffering from scoliosis
- Acute to Severe Back Pain
- Chiropractic Adjustments
Benefits & Goals of Traction
There are so many benefits when it comes to traction.
- Reduced muscle tension
- Better circulation
- Posture correction over time
- Increased range of flexibility
- Improvement in muscle strength
- Back pain relief
- More joint mobility
Why Is Traction Helpful?
Your spinal treatment plan needs to address spinal curves. There is a vast array of spinal conditions and related symptoms that can be prevented or treated through traction therapy. Traction can complement your spinal health plan and address any breakdowns in the curve of your spine. It’s always a great idea to get preventative treatment now to avoid expensive treatments, surgeries, arthritis and back pain in the future.
Does Traction Hurt?
Patients often find that the first few visits may create some soreness. Once you are used to the therapy, the side effects are minimal. Most soreness can be alleviated by applying ice to affected areas.
Rare Side Effects:
- Soreness in Muscles