People of Waxahachie Texas need lighter alternatives to back pain or at times a way to be gently worked into deeper therapies
When do our patients seek treatment with dry cupping
Reduce inflammation and pressure
Increase spinal motion
A conservative option for treatment
Reducing symptoms of sciatica and other nerve pain
- Lumbar disc injuries (bulging or herniated “slipped disc”)
- Low back pain
- Leg pain and sciatica
- General lower back stiffness
- Sprains and strains
- SI (Sacroiliac) and hip joint pain
- Spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal)
- Ankylosing spondylitis
Get moving early to help decrease your pain
Q: Is flexion distraction therapy painful?
A: No, flexion distraction is a very gentle, non-force treatment. It is often used with patients who are recovering from spinal surgery or who are in rehabilitation. The patient is not subjected to increased pain and discomfort during the treatment. It is a very pleasant and relaxing therapy.
Q: Is flexion distraction safe for patients with arthritis?
A: Yes, flexion distraction is one of the safest therapies we have because the movements are repetitive and usually slow, without any quick thrust or undue pressure. Flexion Distraction has been successfully used to help manage many conditions of the aging spine including degenerative disc disease, spinal stiffness associated with osteoarthritis, and spinal stenosis.
Flexion Distraction is a technique used to treat many conditions of the lumbar spine. It is a non-surgical technique aimed at increasing spinal motion and resolving disc bulges and disc herniations. The treatment is excellent as a safe, gentle, non-force procedure and works well to take pressure and inflammation off the nervous systmem
Flexion Distraction involves using a special table that move the patients body distracts and flexes the spine in an automated and gentle rhythmic motion. The Chiropractic Doctor will use some manual techniques with the table to resolve the disc herniation or bulge. The goal is to allow the spine to move correctly in a manner that will remove pressure from the disc bulge. It does this by creating a negative pressure that pulls the disc bulge back into the spine. The flexion distraction motion also maintains healthy discs through imbibition. The motion allows nutrients into the spinal disc and keeps them well articulated.
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Get help early on or even when you thought your body was to fragile with flexion distraction for your muscle and soft tissue pain
Keep your focus on movement instead of pain.
Getting the edge over your pain in the early phases or with tough conditions that can not receive deep tissue or adjusted is one click away through our flexion distraction treatments