Regain Your Health

Flexion Distraction Therapy is a chiropractic technique used to treat many different conditions including disc bulges and disc herniation. The treatment is a gentle and safe technique to take pressures of the dysfunctional nerves of the spine. The Flexion Distraction involves a special table to flex the spine and your Chiropractor will manipulate the spine to reduce pressure from the area. Negative pressure will help pull your disc bulge back into the spine.

Conditions that can benefit from this therapy include lumbar disc injuries, low back pain, sciatica, leg pain, arthritis, lower back pain and stiffness, spondylolisthesis, scoliosis, and more. Our goal is to help you regain your health and to focus on healing by treating not only your pain but things that have led to your discomfort.

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Flexion-Distraction Technique Health Vertebrae Disc Recovery Urgent Care Chiropractic

Regain Your Health

Flexion Distraction Therapy is a chiropractic technique used to treat many different conditions including disc bulges and disc herniation. The treatment is a gentle and safe technique to take pressures of the dysfunctional nerves of the spine. The Flexion Distraction involves a special table to flex the spine and your Chiropractor will manipulate the spine to reduce pressure from the area. Negative pressure will help pull your disc bulge back into the spine.

Conditions that can benefit from this therapy include lumbar disc injuries, low back pain, sciatica, leg pain, arthritis, lower back pain and stiffness, spondylolisthesis, scoliosis, and more. Our goal is to help you regain your health and to focus on healing by treating not only your pain but things that have led to your discomfort.

Treatable Conditions

  • posterior disc space increases in height

  • decreases disc protrusion and reduces stenosis.

  • stretches the ligamentum flavum to reduce stenosis

  • opens the vertebral canal by 2 mm or 3.5 to 6mm.

  • increases metabolite transport into the disc

  • opens the apopyhyseal joints and reduces posterior disc stress

  • intradiscal pressure drops under distraction

Treatable Conditions

  • posterior disc space increases in height

  • decreases disc protrusion and reduces stenosis.

  • stretches the ligamentum flavum to reduce stenosis

  • opens the vertebral canal by 2 mm or 3.5 to 6mm.

  • increases metabolite transport into the disc

  • opens the apopyhyseal joints and reduces posterior disc stress

  • intradiscal pressure drops under distraction

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