MySpine Chiropractic Center in Round Rock provides some of the most up to date, proven treatment methods to alleviate low back pain from a variety of conditions. One of the methods Dr. Tyler Dreher has had great success with in his office is called Flexion Distraction Therapy.
What is Flexion Distraction?
Flexion Distraction is a safe and gentle procedure used by chiropractors to treat a variety of conditions affecting the spine. This non-surgical technique has been proven to increase spinal joint motion and decrease disc bulges and disc herniations. Flexion Distraction involves using a special table that is designed to flex and distract the spine in a slow rhythmic motion. The Chiropractic Doctor will apply a manual pressure to the affected spinal region while the table is being flexed. Doing so opens up the intervertebral disc space, and reduces irritation and pressure on the spinal nerves.
Who needs Flexion Distraction?
Flexion Distraction has been used to treat a wide variety of conditions. Some of the most common treated conditions are:
- Disc Injuries (ruptured, bulging, or herniated)
- Low Back Pain
- Low Back Stiffness
- Leg Pain/Sciatica
- Spinal Stenosis
- Ankylosing Spondylitis
Clinical Benefits of Flexion Distraction Therapy
Just a few of the many benefits are:
- Increase spinal joint motion
- Increase intervertebral disc space
- Increase space in the spinal canal
- Decrease Pressure on spinal nerves caused by a disc bulge or disc herniation
- Alternative to surgery for the treatment of disc herniations.
Proven Effective When Nothing Else Works
Dr. Dreher at MySpine Chiropractic Center in Round Rock has the education and experience using Flexion Distraction Therapy to get patients results when everything else they have tried has failed. This technique is a well researched, proven method of treatment that Dr. Dreher has saved many patients from pain, discomfort, temporary disability and surgery. If you are experiencing low back pain or leg pain, call (512)-906-2682 to schedule an appointment to find out whether Flexion Distraction Therapy may benefit you!
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