Spinal Traction

Inversion is a form of traction using the body’s weight along with gravity to decompress the spine and joints. This helps relieve pressure on spinal discs and provides tremendous relief of pain caused by prolonged sitting, standing, and lifting. Inverting yourself as little as 25 degrees for even a few minutes can help decompress the discs, relax tense muscles and speed the flow of lymphatic fluids which flush out the body’s waste. Most importantly, along with chiropractic adjustments, lengthening the spine with inversion helps to improve spinal disc health and prevent disc degeneration and herniation.

CERVICAL REHABILITATION/TRACTION: Specialized cervical (neck) traction helps stretch the spine, remove pressure from spinal discs, and provide great relief from neck, upper back, and shoulder pain and discomfrort. In addition, cervical rehabilitation exercises help restore the natural curve of your cervical spine, which is essential for long term relief of headaches, migraines, neck pain, upper back pain, shoulder pain, arm and hand pain and numbness.

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