Spinal Decompression & Chiropractic Adjustments Better for Lessening Back Discomfort

Spinal Decompression & Chiropractic Treats Back Pain in Texarkana, Atlanta

Dr. Swanson sees a lot of back pain patients in our busy Texarkana, Atlanta chiropractic office. Many of our patients have some type of spinal dysfunction that is causing them pain and discomfort. Fortunately, Dr. Swanson finds that spinal decompression therapy is a great way to help these patients.

What is Spinal Decompression and How Can it Help Me?

Non-surgical spinal decompression is a treatment approach that takes all of the positive benefits that one normally gets from chiropractic treatment, traction, physiotherapy, exercise therapy, and myofascial release and merges them all into one.

The goal of decompression is to keep you off the operating table, and that is precisely what it has accomplished for many people, as it has a documented 85% success rate.

Some of the symptoms spinal decompression helps with include generalized back pain, sciatic nerve pain, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, compression fractures, and joint issues.

Spinal decompression works by reversing the effects of wear, tear, and the force of gravity that compresses the intervertebral discs in your back. The video below shows how it works to relieve stress on your back and helps eliminate pain and disability.

Dr. Swanson Can Help Clients Find Help From Chronic Back Issues

If you live in Texarkana, Atlanta and you're suffering with back pain, spinal decompression therapy might be the fix. Call Dr. Swanson today at (903) 792-2060 for a consultation or appointment.

December 05, 2022

Dr. Swanson

Dr. Swanson is a fourth generation native of Atlanta, Texas. Dr. Swanson attended Atlanta High School and Stephen F. Austin State University before receiving his B.S. in Anatomy and his Doctorate of Chiropractic medicine from Parker College of Chiropractic. After graduation he chose his hometown to open his first clinic. Dr. Trevor Swanson has been in practice for over 15 years.