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Spinal Rehab Network Is Now Offering Spinal Decompression Therapy in Philadelphia


Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/29/2014 -- The warm, relaxing air of summer has long since left and the chill of fall is in the air. Many people who suffered a back injury may start noticing a familiar pain and those with existing back injuries are now feeling them more than ever. To help combat this chronic back pain, Spinal Rehab Network is now offering spinal decompression therapy in Philadelphia. This process relieves pain and promotes healing among the lumbar discs.

The treatment was developed by a team of physicians and medical engineers in 2001. Spinal decompression has a high success rate in treating issues like degenerative disc disease, facet syndromes, and both herniated and bulging discs with and without complications. It is a non-invasive procedure and requires no surgery at all.

The process works by stretching the spine to alter its position and take pressure off the spinal disks. By relieving the pressure from the nerves, the body can send nutrients, water, and oxygen to the afflicted area to promote healing. Over time, it will encourage the herniated or bulging discs to return to their proper place.

This pain-free therapy has the patient wear a harness around their hips while they lay on a motorized table. Once situated, the harness holds the upper body in place while the lower portion of the table moves back and forth, gently stretching the back. Depending on the severity of the injury, the patient will need between 15-30 treatments, which last between 30-45 minutes. Typically the treatments are spread throughout a four to six week period and may require ultrasound or electric stimulation as well.

To learn more about Spinal Rehab Network, a leader in Philadelphia for spinal decompression, and all of their services, call 215-720-1919 or visit their website.

About Spinal Rehab Network
Spinal Rehab Network is a chiropractic clinic in Philadelphia specializing in the treatment of herniated or bulging discs, sciatica, posterior facet syndrome, degenerative disc disease, and more. The clinic’s doctors are experienced and up to date with the latest practices in the industry including non-surgical spinal decompression. They help hundreds of patients every year experience relief from their chronic, severe lower back and neck pain.

For more information visit http://www.spinalrehabnetwork.com