Friday, July 24, 2009

Spinal Decompression and TENS Treatments

Basically, when you go for spinal decompression, you have a unique chance to cure the root cause of chronic back and neck pain. Consider a situation where you are devastated by sciatica flare ups, or you have a pinched nerve that radiates pain to distant parts of your body.

If you are experiencing these pains, you should read the following article:
Choosing Between Spinal Decompression and TENS Treatments

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Advantage of Spinal Decompression

I found an interesting article about the advantage and disadvantages of spinal decompression that really cleared up a few doubts I have had. If you are thinking about using spinal decompression therapy instead of going for an expensive surgery or using painkillers, I would surely advice you to read this article.

A little preview:
"If you are thinking about going for spinal decompression therapy, you may want to give some thought to the advantages and disadvantages. While some things may be of more concern to you than others, ultimately you should be aware of as many factors as possible before going ahead with this, or any other kind of treatment. In many cases, chronic back pain can start with one injury, or one wrong twist that sends your entire spine out of alignment."

Read the whole article on the advantages and disadvantages of Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression or Painkillers - Which Do You Prefer?

Getting Away From Painkillers With Spinal Decompression

Even if you have only just started taking over the counter painkillers for back pain, it will be to your advantage to look into spinal decompression. Unfortunately, acetaminophen is one of the most common medications used for backaches. At the same time, it is also widely known for causing heart attacks and other types of cardiac damage.

Read more on Spinal Decompression to Avoid using Painkillers