Chiropractic Treatments As An Alternative To Disc Surgery
If you suffer from excruciating back pain and have been told you need disc surgery, no doubt you are feeling uneasy. Disc surgery is a difficult procedure with a long recovery period. Now, you have alternatives to disc surgery. There are many chiropractic treatments to help ease your back pain and restore your quality of life, without you going under the knife. Your chiropractors at Sheldon Road Chiropractic & Massage Therapy in Tampa, FL want to help you discover how chiropractic treatments can relieve your pain.
Disc problems, degenerative joint disease and many spinal issues like spinal stenosis can be treated effectively with spinal decompression. The DRX9000 is a state-of-the-art spinal decompression machine that will stretch out pinched and compressed joints, which decreases pressure on your spinal nerves, and increases oxygen, fluid and nutrients to your spinal discs. This helps to increase flexibility and function. For more information on spinal decompression or to download a brochure on the DRX9000, please click here
Laser therapy is another very effective treatment for disc problems. Erchonia cold laser therapy works by using visible and non-visible light to stimulate tissue, increasing cellular metabolism and regenerating tissue. With Erchonia cold laser, you will experience decreased inflammation and pain, resulting in increased range-of-motion. For more information on Erchonia cold laser therapy, please click here .
MLS laser therapy uses light to stimulate heat, reducing pain and inflammation of injured tissues. Swelling and pain will resolve quickly, allowing your muscles, tendons and ligaments to repair faster. Laser therapy has no negative side effects and is FDA approved. For more information on MLS laser therapy, please visit here .
Your chiropractors at Sheldon Road Chiropractic & Massage Therapy want you to explore all of your options before undergoing surgery. There are many non-invasive treatments available to help you heal your back, without painful incisions, recovery time or addicting pain medications. Painful surgery is only one method of repairing a disc injury. You owe it to yourself and your body to investigate state-of-the-art spinal compression or laser technologies.