The low down on helping your lower back
Long gone are the times of going to the chiropractor for just a manual adjustment; today’s world requires forward-thinking methods and treatments to assist with your individual needs. That’s where we step in!
At Simply Southern Chiropractic Center, we offer so much more than just routine chiropractic care. Our team is prepared with a variety of services that can be paired with manual adjustments to ensure that patients leave our office feeling better than when they walked in.
Our Services Include
- Manual adjustments
- Activator adjustments
- Rehabilitation exercises
- Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization
- Electrical stimulation therapy
- Kinesiology taping
- Class IV therapeutic laser
- Intersegmental traction
Want to Learn More About Intersegmental Traction? Let’s Get Crackin’!
Intersegmental traction is one of the many services we use on a daily basis to help our patients see great results!
What exactly is intersegmental traction? When a patient lies down on an intersegmental traction table, their spine is stretched, providing space between individual vertebrae. As vertebrae stretch out, spinal fluid is able to pump into the space where spinal discs lie, providing relief. The overall goal of intersegmental traction is to improve mobility, reduce disc bulges, and disc herniations. This method works well to take pressure off the lumbar spine, while also being very safe and gentle.
How Intersegmental Traction can help you
- Improve overall mobility
- Increase range of motion
- Reduce muscle tension
- Increase blood flow and oxygen to discs, ligaments, and muscles
- Reduce spinal misalignment
- Improve balance and coordination
Is it time to call your chiropractor?
Are you ready to add something more to your chiropractic care routine? Talk to our professionals here at Simply Southern Chiropractic Center and see if intersegmental traction is right for you.
Contact our team and ask about our intersegmental traction today!
Before scheduling your chiropractic session, you should consult with your primary physician to discuss any pain or discomfort. Electrical muscle stimulation is not advised for patients who are pregnant, have pacemakers, implanted heart devices or certain types of skin sensitivities and diseases.
Please feel free to contact us. We can walk you through the entire process, from beginning to end.