Duluth Injury & Rehab Center - 3780 Old Norcross Road Suite 301B - Duluth GA 30096

Chiropractic care for Wellness

Mechanical Intermittent Traction

Neck Pain

Mechanical Intermittent Traction in Duluth is a great option for people dealing with neck or low back pain.

If you are looking to reduce the amount of pain you experience from herniated disc or spine joint disease in your neck or lower back which could also cause numbness or weakness, this is a pain free and completely safe treatment technology that you should try.

We will diagnosis and thoroughly exam each patient before treatment to determine if you would be a good candidate for this service. This treatment is done with the patient fully clothed and if you don't have any complications you will find the it is also very safe and well tolerated.

What is it?

This is a non-surgical approach to relieving nerve pressure that could be causing pain throughout the body by mechanical Intermittent Traction.

How does Mechanical Intermittent Traction work?

By decompressing the cervical and lumbar disc and joint areas with a cycling stretching motion. At Duluth Injury & Rehab Center we are able to promote an increase of fluids and blood to that area. Not only will this help decompress the area but it will also promote the bodies natural healing ability.

Will Mechanical Intermittent Traction work for me?

It is difficult to guess who will see the best results from Mechanical Intermittent Traction. You need to understand that most back and neck pain is caused by a mechanical compression that happens to the spine. With this type of treatment you are gently decompressing the area to help the body reverse the effects of the compression. If radiating pain that originates from the back or neck area describes your condition then this would be a great option to consider doing.

How much will it hurt?

This is a question that we get asked a lot. The truth is, if you are a candidate you shouldn't feel any pain at all. In fact many patients comment on how relaxing they find Mechanical Intermittent Traction to be. Patient comfort was a top priority when this treatment was developed.

Call Duluth Injury & Rehab Center in Duluth GA today to schedule an appointment.

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Duluth Injury & Rehab Center
3780 Old Norcross Road
Suite 301B
Duluth GA 30096
(770) 622-9355

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