Address

5035 W W.T.Harris Blvd A Charlotte, NC 28269

Office Phone                     

704 461-1836

Office Hours

9:00am – 1:00pm 3:00pm – 6:00pm (Mon-Thurs) Closed (Fri-Sun)

Aging & Chiropractic Spinal Decompression

As a chiropractor in Charlotte NC, one of the biggest complaints people tend to have with the aging process is back and neck pain. For many, waking up every morning with back pain is an ongoing problem that seems to intensify with age. In fact, many people say nothing makes them feel older than the stiffness and pain in their back that makes it feel impossible to even get out of bed.

 

Once you can get out of bed, let the hot shower water hit your neck and back spasms and work out some of the discomfort, the youthful you tends to return…until backaches creep back into your day. Over time, being able to perform certain tasks seems pointless to try with the limited mobility your neck and back pain causes. To have the neck and back of your youth again would be akin to finding the fountain of youth. Instead, you may be missing out on a method that could help alleviate much of this pain and stiffness.

 

What is Spinal Decompression?

Right in your hometown area of Charlotte NC, the services of a reputable, trusted and skilled chiropractor could help bring you the relief you have been looking for. Chiropractic care and various methods, specifically spinal decompression, is a popular approach to helping those with back and neck problems find relief. Some of the many problems spinal decompression has been shown to help include degenerative disc disease, spondylosis, slipped disc, herniated discs, and bulging discs. Though frightening and sometimes necessary, these conditions can lead to surgical intervention that may include a laminectomy or discectomy.  One of the best parts about spinal decompression is that this approach means no surgery or medications.

 

This non-invasive method is a gentle approach to decompressing the vertebra of the spine. The patient is comfortably secured to a decompression table, and the area is slowly and gently eased in opposite directions to help alleviate compression. The spine is pulled gently and the elongation creates relief between the vertebra, which helps with the discs.

 

The bottom line is decompression can be much like the fountain of youth for your back and neck, without the need for drastic measures.

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