Back In Line Chiropractic in Dallas GA Eliminates the Need for Risky Spine Surgery with Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression

Non-surgical spinal decompression offers a safe alternative to invasive procedures. This modality addresses the root cause of pain by relieving pressure on herniated or bulging discs, providing longlasting relief.

Dallas, GA – June 20, 2018 – Dr. LaDonna Bense, D.C. and her team at Back In Line Chiropractic want prospective patients to know that they offer spinal decompression therapy as an alternative to the risky surgery often recommended by traditional medical doctors.

When spinal discs become compressed, the material contained between them invades the spae occupied by surrounding nerves, causing extreme pain. Conventional doctors typically recommend surgery to mitigate the condition. However, invasive procedures are not always successful and come with risks and long recovery times. Physicians may prescribe powerful painkillers as well, but these can become habit-forming and only serve to mask symptoms without addressing their underlying issue.

Non-surgical decompression places negative pressure on each disc, relieving stress on irritated nerves. The patient lies on a traction table that repositions injured discs. Intermittent stretching and relaxing of the spine pulls outlying material back into the disc and delivers much-needed nutrients to affected sites, accelerating recovery.

Decompression sessions are painless and so comfortable that patients sometimes fall asleep during therapy. The number of appointments needed depends on the patient’s condition or injury, although chiropractors often recommend 15-30 sessions, which usually last anywhere from 30-45 minutes, over four to six weeks. Some practitioners offer additional modalities, such as electrical stimulation and heat or ice therapy, in conjunction with non-surgical decompression. Patients may also be given exercises to do between appointments to optimize spine health.

Non-surgical decompression is beneficial for those with lower back pain, sciatica, degenerative disc disorders or conditions that result in bulging or herniated discs. To learn more about non-surgical spinal decompression therapy offered by Dr. Bense, visit Those who have
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Back in Line Chiropractic 110 Evans Mill Drive, Ste. 105 Dallas, GA 30157 (770) 505-5665 (770) 505-5654