Eighty percent of adults experience lumbar pain at least once in their lifetime, and 80% of structures causing lumbar pain are related to intervertebral discs. Treatment options for intervertebral disc herniation include both surgical and conservative approaches, with decompression therapy being a widely utilized method.
How does it work?
In spinal decompression therapy, the goal is to alleviate pressure on the intervertebral disc while promoting the supply of nutrients and oxygen. The treatment creates a non-gravitational or negative pressure state, gradually and gently increasing a specific part of the intervertebral disc. This precise decompression technique aims to reduce pressure within the disc, offering relief for individuals experiencing lumbar pain.
What is the difference between traction and decompression therapy?
Traction is characterized as the action of pulling or the condition of being pulled, while decompression is defined as the act of relieving pressure. Despite these distinct definitions, the methods employed in both cases appear virtually identical.
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