Benefits of Spinal Decompression in Irvine
If you’ve been told you need surgery to help your pinched nerve or herniated disc, spinal decompression via the Triton DTS may help you avoid surgery. Decompression tables are designed to provide a specific force on your spine in order to increase the spaces between your vertebrae. This helps give herniated discs the room they need to heal and takes the pressure off any nerves that are pinched in your back or neck. Most individuals notice a decrease in their pain levels after the first session, but it can take multiple sessions before long-lasting pain relief is realized. This is because spinal decompression works with your body to heal the cause of your pain.
Spinal Decompression with the Triton DTS
Our chiropractor in Irvine uses the Triton DTS spinal decompression table due to its extreme versatility. This spinal decompression table consists of moveable sections so that the correct area of your spine is targeted, and a sophisticated computer control system where your treatment parameters can be entered to customize your decompression session.
Benefits of the Triton DTS
- Targeted treatment via computer controls and the adjustable table
- Fully customizable treatment options
- Allows for targeted treatment of the lower back
- Padded table and adjustable headrest for improved comfort
- Completely non-invasive
- Little to no recovery time needed after treatments
Injuries and Conditions Helped by the Triton DTS
- Degenerative disc disease
- Herniated and bulging discs
- Neck and Back Pain, including lower back pain
- Posterior facet syndrome
- Sciatica and pinched nerves
Spinal Decompression Treatments with our Chiropractor in Irvine
When you need natural pain relief from a back or neck injury, our chiropractor, Dr. Lee, can help by locating the underlying causes of your pain and recommending the correct treatment program. If you have a pinched nerve, herniated disc, worn-out spinal joints or pinched nerves in your back, spinal decompression via the Triton DTS may be able to help by applying targeted stretching pressure on your spine. As the spaces between your vertebrae are increased, you’ll notice lower levels of pain and an increased range of motion and flexibility of your back.