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Spinal Decompression Therapy in Hiram

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Get relief from chronic back pain, herniated discscar accident-related injuries, and long-term spinal conditions with the help of non-surgical spinal decompression. Cornerstone Chiropractic in Hiram, GA now proudly serves all of Metro-Atlanta with this state-of-the-art computerized method that can precisely relieve pressure using traction methods.
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Is Your Spine Causing You Pain?

Spinal Decompression Could Help With the Following Conditions:

Some Post-surgical Patients
Radiating Pain
Pinched Nerves
Degenerative Disc Disease
Spinal Arthritis
Herniated/ Buldging Discs
Spinal Stenosis
Chronic Pain

How Can Spinal Decompression Therapy Help You?

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The Amazing Benefits of Spinal Decompression

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Pain in the neck and back is not just stressful; it can be very debilitating and frustrating – severely impacting movement and your ability to live a normal life and do basic tasks. However, if you've been drastically upping your pain medication, or considering surgery, step back and reconsider – you have a great solution in Spinal Decompression Therapy (SDT).
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Prevent Surgery
Spinal Decompression is also a great option for many patients who have heard the dreaded word - surgery - from their doctors. Many back issues that are diagnosed as needing surgery can be treated with non-surgical spinal decompression therapy. If your back issues can be treated with SDT, it is much less painful, less costly, and has no recovery time compared to having back surgery.
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If you toss and turn at night with back pain and body pain, the spine doctors at Cornerstone Chiropractic Spine Center want to help you. Many of our patients go from having trouble sleeping, to sleeping soundly within just a few short weeks of treatment. Patients that get back surgery instead of SDT have a long recovery time to get through before they start sleeping better.

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Our patient came to us not able to walk. After only a few months of spinal decompression treatment, she is competing in dance competitions! See her story in the video below.
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Hear from Duane Clemmons, an NFL veteran who has played for the Minnesota Vikings and Cincinnati Bengals. After a major back injury, spinal decompression got him back on the field.
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What is Spinal Decompression Therapy (SDT)?

So, what is it? Simply put, spinal decompression therapy (SDT) is a non-invasive and non-surgical treatment to gently stretch the spine back to its proper position and relieve pressure. SDT involves a computerized model of stretching or traction of the spine that creates multiple events of non-muscular contraction between the vertebrae and relieves pressure on the bones, nerves, and joints creating a vacuum-like environment that promotes healing. 

Age, repetitive movements, and injuries can cause damage to the spine and compact onto itself. This leads to back pain, bulging discs, neck pain, headaches, and other painful conditions. It is an excellent treatment option for patients who haven't found relief from other therapies like massages, general chiropractic care, or physical therapy or medications.

What Conditions Can Spinal Decompression Help With?

Bulging / Herniated Disc
> Post-surgical Patients
> Spinal Stenosis
> Degenerative Disc Disease
> Facet Syndrome
> Spinal Arthritis
> Spondylosis
> Pinched Nerves
> Radiating Pain

Spinal Decompression is also known to help with radiculopathy, numbness and tingling, and failed back surgery. Cornerstone Chiropractic would be happy to talk with you about your condition and whether Spinal Decompression is a good treatment option for you. Call their team today!

What Can I Expect From Spinal Decompression?

Spinal Decompression in Hiram, GA, is a non-surgical procedure that promotes dramatic relief and healing from lower back, neck, arm, and leg pain. The Spinal Decompression machine has an advanced traction control system that gently pulls the spine, without pain. This gentle separation promotes healing.

Compared to manual traction therapy (the practitioner using their hands to make adjustments), a spinal decompression table is much more precise when manipulating your spinal column.

Also, when getting manual adjustments, your body’s natural reaction is to pull the opposite way to compensate, preventing the adjustment from being as effective. The compression table has built-in features that help overcome that reaction.

Most treatment sessions will last 30 minutes to an hour, the average being about 45 minutes. Every patient’s case is unique, making it hard to determine precisely how long you’ll need the treatment and how many sessions you will need to complete before you notice results.

However, in most SDT cases, it is common to have anywhere from 12-20 sessions done over 4-6 weeks. You may start noticing small changes from the beginning, but completing the entire treatment plan is advised. Depending on your condition, your chiropractor might adjust the regimen based on your progress.

The process usually includes:

1) To begin, you lay fully dressed on a very comfortable, padded table. It is a special spinal decompression table that has a high-tech computer built into it, that is used to precisely guide the movements of the table for your customized treatment.

2) Next, the Chiropractic Doctors attach a specialized brace snuggly around you to protect your spine's stability and make sure that you are settled comfortably on the table

3) Once everything is in place, the computer will begin to slowly and gently move the table to reposition your spine, which creates negative pressure around your vertebrae. As a result, bulging or herniated disks begin to recede, taking the pressure off nerves and other structures within your spine. This helps promote the movement of water, oxygen, and nutrient-rich fluids into the disks so they can heal. The treatment session will last anywhere from 30-45 minutes.

Does Spinal Decompression Hurt?

No, it is actually very comfortable! Some patients even fall asleep during their treatment sessions. SDT is one of the most gentle and comfortable therapies available. Lying on a comfortable table and feeling a release of the built-up pressure and tension is a very soothing and relaxing sensation. Occasionally you may feel a slight stretching sensation, but there should be no pain or discomfort. As you progress through your treatment sessions, you will begin to experience more flexibility, a wider range of motion, and less daily back or neck pain.

Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Work?

Absolutely! This modern therapy has very good effective rates. In a recent study, 86% of the 219 patients who completed decompression therapy reported immediate resolution of symptoms. Even more exciting is that 84% remained pain-free 90 days after treatment completion. Physical exams showed improvement in 92% of the 219 patients and remained in 89% of these patients 90 days after treatment (Gionis, Thomas MD; Groteke, Eric DC. Surgical Alternatives: Spinal Decompression. Orthopedic Technology Review. 2003; 6 (5). We believe that it is always better to try and restore the body to its optimal, natural state instead of surgically intervening whenever possible. Sometimes surgery cannot be avoided, but if it can, that is a preferable course of action. If you are wondering if your back or neck pain can be treated with Spinal Decompression Therapy (SDT), please reach out to the team at Cornerstone Chiropractic! You could begin feeling better today!

What if I Have Already Had Back Surgery?

Spinal Decompression Therapy may still be an excellent option for you. We have had patients see great results by going through spinal decompression therapy post-surgery. Bulging or herniated discs can still be an issue after back surgery. The results achieved from a back surgery process may address other issues, but not all of them. So adding Spinal Decompression Therapy to your treatment plan can increase your chances of finally getting relief for your back or neck pain. If you have had back surgery and are still experiencing pain, contact us today to discuss how we may help you.

How Much Does Spinal Decompression Cost?

It depends on how severe your back damage is. The average number of therapy sessions that a patient requires is 15-20, and each session lasts approximately 30-45 minutes. When the Chiropractic Doctors examine you and formulate your custom treatment plan, they will discuss how many sessions you will need. Therapy packages begin at $1,500.00, but it is based on the number of visits that your case requires. The good news is that we offer convenient payment options that will fit within any budget! Also, it is still a drastically lower cost than back surgery, which can easily be more than $100,000! Even with insurance coverage, you could still be faced with co-pays and deductibles in the tens of thousands. If cost is a concern that is holding you back from pain-free wellness, please contact the team at Cornerstone Chiropractic! They are happy to discuss all of your payment options and take that fear away!

Will My Insurance Cover it?

It depends on your personal coverage, because not all insurance plans are the same. Cornerstone Chiropractic is happy to work with all insurance companies and file any necessary claims in an attempt to have them cover some of the costs. However, if your insurance policy does not cover the treatment, Cornerstone Chiropractic has the solution! They offer many convenient payment options that will fit in your budget and allow you to get the relief that you need.

How Soon Can I Get Started?

Call Cornerstone Chiropractic today! They offer a very flexible and convenient schedule to make receiving your treatment easy! Monday- Friday, they offer evening appointments as late as 6:30. Saturdays are also an option, by appointment only. So there is a time that should work with your busy schedule. You could be feeling relief in just a matter of a few days, so call us today.

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