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Spinal Decompression

Slipped discs, sciatica, and other conditions that cause back and neck pain can limit your mobility and interfere with your quality of life. At Frisco Family and Sports Chiropractic, we use a variety of treatments and therapies to help our patients treat the issues that are causing them pain. Spinal decompression is a non-surgical, non-invasive therapy with a track record of success.


Spinal decompression uses a specialized treatment table to stretch the spine. During treatment, the patient is strapped into the motorized table. The chiropractor can adjust the level of tension and provide treatment that can bring relief.

Stretching the spine can ease pressure on the joints and spinal discs. This process helps correct misalignment issues and push slipped discs into their proper place. Before starting treatment, chiropractors typically conduct tests to see how the patient responds to decompression. Every appointment starts with 5-7 minutes of decompression, followed by an adjustment. It may take more than a couple appointments to start seeing results, but the results will come.


Spinal decompression therapy can be personalized to meet the needs of a patient. It’s a highly effective treatment for many painful conditions but works especially well as a treatment for slipped discs. Once a slipped or bulging disc is pushed back into place, the body can heal itself.

When the spinal discs are out of place, it can put pressure on the nerves and the spine. Decompression stretches the spine, relieving pressure and helping the body to heal. It can yield great results on its own, but it can also be used alongside other treatments. The table can even be adjusted to ensure that the patients are comfortable throughout the treatment process.


If you’re dealing with compressed nerves or chronic back and neck pain, you may benefit from spinal decompression therapy. Reach out to Frisco Family and Sports Chiropractic to learn more about this treatment and see if it’s right for you. Call our team today at (972)-294-5534.