If you develop back or neck pain, nerve discomfort, numbness, or tingling, see the specialist at Spectrum Pain Management in Corona, California. The highly trained medical team offers holistic spinal decompression to restore musculoskeletal functioning and reduce ongoing pain. Schedule an evaluation by phone or online today to determine if this treatment is right for you.
Spinal decompression at Spectrum Pain Management is a natural method of reducing neck, back, or even leg pain caused by spinal compression or pinched nerves. The treatment often uses traction and pulleys to create more space in your vertebrae, reducing pressure on spinal discs, nerves, and surrounding tissues.
The Spectrum Pain Management team uses spinal decompression to treat:
Spinal decompression can reduce pain caused by age-related wear or injuries from playing sports, car accidents, or elsewhere.
After discussing your symptoms, lifestyle, and medical history, the Spectrum Pain Management team determines if you’re a candidate for spinal decompression. They check your vital signs, complete a medical evaluation, and may order blood tests, nerve testing, or imaging procedures.
Your provider customizes a treatment plan and addresses any questions you have.
During spinal decompression treatment at Spectrum Pain Management, you rest on a comfortable table while your provider uses traction, weights, pulleys, or other methods to gently stress your spine.
They may also suggest you undergo chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy, massage therapy, or other natural methods to optimize decompression further.
In addition to these services, Spectrum Pain Management offers acupuncture, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), nutrition education, weight management, and numerous other options for natural pain relief.
Your specialist often recommends more than one pain-reducing solution and may alter your treatment plan if necessary.
After you undergo spinal decompression treatment, you’ll feel less pain right away, and improve further within a few days or weeks. Repeat treatments can help you achieve long-lasting pain relief. Your pain management specialist follows up with you as needed.
Call the Spectrum Pain Management office or use the online scheduler today to determine if you’re a candidate for spinal decompression.