Spinal Decompression

Escape the Pain Without Surgery


Imagine the relief of a good, long stretch—and then multiply that exponentially. Spinal decompression is a non-surgical option we offer at our South Riding location. It relieves pain and promotes healing by gently stretching the spine using advanced computer technology that controls the duration of care, angle, relaxation, and even the intensity. Simply put, it’s tailored precisely to what your spine needs-no more, no less.

It can improve the position of vertebrae, reduce pressure on discs, restore disc function, and relieve nerve pain like sciatica. We’ve seen it produce real results, again and again.

Some of the best benefits include:

  •  Improved control of forces to the spine.
  •  Reduced pressure within inter-vertebral discs, which helps to alleviate nerve pain (e.g., sciatica) and decompress the discs.
  •  Restoration of disc function.

Customized Sessions for Your Precise Needs


This therapy builds upon the benefits of manual or mechanical tractioning, which many chiropractors have relied on for years. It improves upon tractioning with its use of computer technology to control each session’s duration, angle, intensity, and relaxation. This added precision speeds up healing and helps us cater each session to what you need that day.

How Spinal Decompression Works
Decompression works by stretching out the spine. This takes pressure off the discs, or gel-like cushions between the bones in your spine. During the pull, a suction or vacuum effect draws water, oxygen, and nutrient-rich fluids into the damaged discs, stimulating healing.

Over time, this therapy may cause bulging or herniated discs to retract. That can take pressure off the nerves and other structures. As a result, patients experience less pain and better mobility, and many are able to avoid surgery. Over time, this process can facilitate the circulation of oxygen, water, and nutrient-rich fluids to the discs, promoting their recovery.

Caring for the Back, Neck, and Spine

This technique is used to help patients suffering with:

  •  Back pain
  •  Bulging or herniated discs
  •  Degenerative disc disease
  •  Injured or diseased spinal nerve roots (radiculopathy)
  •  Radiculopathy or diseased spinal nerve roots
  •  Neck pain
  •  Sciatica, which is pain, weakness, or tingling that extends down the leg
  •  Worn spinal joints (posterior facet syndrome)

Even patients whose doctors had given up on them have experienced dramatic life change by decreasing pressure to help discs heal. You could opt for expensive and invasive surgery with a long recovery, or you could try this simple, pain-free therapy. We think the choice is obvious.



24805 Pinebrook Rd, #314,
Chantilly, VA 20152

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