Have You Considered Spinal Decompression for Your Back Pain?

Parnell Family Chiropractic invites you to experience a first in spinal decompression by using the DRX9000 machine in Nashua. This spinal decompression machine uses cutting edge technology to offer relief to patients suffering from chronic back pain. The DRX9000 in Nashua provides a surgery-free alternative to patients suffering from disc degeneration, bulging discs, herniated lumbar discs, sciatica, failed back surgery, and facet syndrome. Our patients see improvements after the first treatment, and are eventually able to return to their normal, active lifestyles free from pain.

How Nashua Spinal Decompression Therapy Works

Our Nashua spinal decompression machine, the DRX9000, delivers fast relief and promotes accelerated healing by creating pockets of negative pressure along the affected portion of the spine. Spinal decompression in Nashua provides a pain-free, side effect-free, non-invasive alternative to surgery and oral medication.

To begin a treatment session, our chiropractor assists the patient onto the DRX9000. Shoulder supports and an upper chest harness work to distribute pressure evenly along the spine. Once secure, the DRX9000 table reclines the patient into a horizontal position, and our technician directs the machine to the affected portion of the spine.

Using our DRX9000 spinal decompression machine, our chiropractor targets affected vertebrae with pockets of negative pressure (small vacuums). The negative pressure reduces inflammation and delivers healing nutrients by increasing circulation to the portion of the spine receiving treatment. This negative pressure also allows any bulging or herniated discs to slide painlessly back into proper alignment, strengthening spinal ligaments.

Most patients experience improvement after the first session, but achieving full recovery and optimal wellness with spinal decompression therapy is a gradual process. To enjoy the full, lasting benefits of the DRX9000 our chiropractor recommends patients receive daily treatment for at least two to five weeks. Depending on your progress, our chiropractor will prescribe a continuing spinal decompression schedule.

Have you tried spinal decompression?

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