Back pain – A common occurrence among all age groups, but people over 35 years of age are especially susceptible to them. One of the effective methods of treatment is spinal traction.
The principle of spinal traction is mechanical stretching of the vertebrae, the effectiveness of the method is significantly high, and the likelihood of injury is practically reduced to zero, but this requires a highly professional approach and the use of modern equipment.
The effect of spinal traction is possible on the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine.
Indications for use:
- Intervertebral hernias and protrusions
- Scoliosis, kyphosis
- Degenerative-dystrophic processes in the spine: osteochondrosis, spondyloarthrosis (advanced stage of osteochondrosis)
- Radiculitis, lumbago
- Muscle spasm
- Initial stages of ankylosing spondylitis
- Pain syndrome after back injuries
Result of spinal traction: the complex effect allows you to get rid of functional blockades in the intervertebral joints, the position of the vertebrae is restored, the distance for the intervertebral disc increases, the pressure inside the intervertebral discs decreases .
After 2-3 sessions, improvements are noted: back pain is relieved, muscle tone is normalized, blood circulation in the spine increases, blood circulation in the brain increases, and blood circulation in the spinal cord improves.
In total, this gives a greater likelihood of reversing the prolapsed hernia. Massage with spinal traction helps relieve symptoms of compression of the spinal nerve roots.