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spinal decompression?

Non-surgical spinal decompression is a treatment that uses a pulling force on the spine to relieve pressure on the discs and vertebrae in either the lumbar or cervical spine regions. It is used to treat a variety of common causes of back or neck pain, such as a herniated lumbar disc, bulging disc, spinal stenosis, degenerated disc, facet syndrome, or sciatica/leg pain. Spinal decompression can be delivered with the hands or by devices that essentially pull to separate the lower body from the upper body.

The concept of spinal decompression has been around for a number of years, but some feel that it still lacks enough clinical evidence to support the effectiveness claims of the treatment. Others say that the positive results of many patients speak for themselves

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