Spinal Decompression Los Angeles
AIR-FLFEX WITH AUTO-FLEX
Great in Treating:
- Disc Herniation
- Disc Bulge
- Sacral Iliac Binding
- Lumbo Sacral Compression
- Joint Mobility
- Nerve Inpingement
The tables Manual and Computer Automated System allows the Auto-Flex feature to add even greater versatility to the Hill Air-Flex.
The Auto-Flex Control Panel with Start/Stop, Emergency Stop, Cycle, Speed, and Stroke Depth Controls.
Auto-Flex allows us to treat our patients manually or easily switch to Auto-Flex for Motorized Flexion.
Using the Auto-Flex Control Panel, we can set the exact speed and the number of treatment cycles. We also have complete control while the table is in motion to change the speed and amount of flexion at any time.
Air-Flex with Auto-Distraction
The Control Panel is hinged for easy readability and allows us to set the treatment time, traction poundage, and the rest and pull time.
The Auto-Distraction Feature – A New Dimension to Air-Flex
The Auto-Distraction feature adds programmable automatic decompression traction to the Hill Air-Flex. With ankle straps attached to the patient, we can administer long-axis traction at a specific poundage. The lower end of the table cycles in and out according to the parameters that we enter into the control panel. The patient is secured by a counter traction strap around the waist. During treatment, the table can also be locked in a lateral and/or flexion position.
The Auto-Flex Control Panel with Start/Stop, Emergency Stop, Cycle, Speed, and Stroke Depth Controls
The Control Panel is hinged easy readability and allows you to set the treatment time, traction poundage, and the rest and pull time.
Brentwood Chiropractor Care & Spinal Decompression
Chiropractic care in Brentwood is a highly effective treatment for many back ailments and has been proven to be an effective way of healing many health conditions. Millions of patients have experienced immediate relief from chronic back pain, herniated disks, degenerative nerve disorder and other lower back problems after this highly effective therapy. Spinal Decompression Therapy utilizes state of the art techniques, chiropractic exercises for posture stabilization, gentle, soft tissue stretches, spinal decompression and spinal mobilization. Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab specializes in spinal decompression Brentwood.
Chiropractors use a variety of techniques in spinal decompression that help patients to decompress the spine to relieve muscle spasms. The goal is to relieve pressure on nerve roots by releasing the stress of muscle spasms on the discs and nerves of the spine. Many individuals will experience relief immediately after chiropractic spinal decompression and should be allowed to rest for several days to allow their muscles to fully heal and regain mobility. During the initial days and weeks following spinal decompression, it is very important that an individual remain sedentary as they recover from surgery and/or decompression therapy and is advised not to lift heavy objects such as beds, pillows, chairs or even computer keyboards.
Chiropractic spinal decompression also includes gentle massage to release tension and promote relaxation. This relieves pain and reduces swelling which may occur because the patient has a herniated disc, a slipped disc or a muscle injury. Many patients report that a massage immediately relieved them of pain. The spinal decompressive massage can be used in conjunction with other treatments to further treat back pain and to provide temporary relief from sciatica and muscle spasms. After using spinal decompression for a period of time, a patient may require chiropractic adjustments to restore balance and to the neuromusculoskeletal system to prevent recurrence of pain.
Spinal decompression therapy uses special techniques designed to decompress the vertebrae and vertebral column. These techniques are usually performed under the supervision of a chiropractor in order to reduce pressure on the discs. and nerves and to increase range of motion, thus helping the disc to relax and become more flexible. If pain persists after the spinal decompressive therapy has been completed, chiropractors may recommend physical therapy to strengthen and restore range of motion in the affected areas. to increase muscle strength.
Chiropractor uses spinal decompression methods in combination with other treatments to treat back pain, sciatica and muscle spasms in combination with exercise and other methods. Patients often complain of soreness after spinal decompression. If this occurs, chiropractors may advise patients to rest as the soreness usually passes and the soreness resolves without additional treatment. In some cases, chiropractors recommend medication to decrease inflammation and pain. However, patients should always seek treatment only if symptoms persist.
Most patients may need two or three spinal decompression per year, although many find relief in one spinal decompression treatment. The amount of time it takes to achieve long term pain relief depends on the severity of symptoms.
Chiropractors are able to accurately predict the exact amount of time it takes to return the function of a joint to normal following spinal decompression. If the patient is experiencing discomfort after spinal decompression therapy, then the patient should visit a chiropractor for an MRI scan to determine the cause and recommend a course of treatment. Chiropractors will use diagnostic testing techniques and x-rays to rule out other conditions that can mimic the symptoms of a herniated disc.
Spinal decompression can be used for several different reasons, to treat patients who are experiencing pain, stiffness, numbness, weakness, lack of flexibility and in some cases loss of motion in their joints. Chiropractors use spinal decompression techniques to treat a variety of conditions including back pain, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and muscle spasms in combination with exercise and stretching and massage.