Spinal Decompression treatment is a very successful method at treating many neck and back pain issues. Learn more about the most common issues and the treatment available to you at Advanced Spinal Rehabilitation in Layton and Murray Utah.
Why do we get back Pain? What is Disc Herniation?
The most important thing to remember is that back pain is usually the result of a structural problem, and until the structure of your spine is addressed the pain will persist.
Peripheral Neuropathy (PN) is the term used to describe disorders of the peripheral nerves. Even though 10 to 20 million people in the US suffer with PN information is hard to come by. Approximately 50% of diabetics will develop the condition.
Spinal Stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal Canal. The diagram above shows the vertebra and the canal located in the center. The canal is really a long tube created by the hole or canal in the middle of each of the vertebrae. These vertebrae that form your spine are stacked on top of one another.
That leg pain in your body just might be caused by an unlikely predator called Sciatica. Sciatica is caused by a pinched nerve in your lower back which can extend into other areas of your body causing pain far a85296470way from the actual “pinch site”.
Don't take our word for it...Read what our patients have to say:
"I have had low back pain for 10 years and I have had numbness and unbearable pain in my left leg for the past year. I am well on my way to recovery. I am finally able to start doing the things that matter most to me"
- Robert D.
“I have to say this place is awesome!
I herniated my L2-L3 disc in two spots and was barely able to walk. I'm a week into my therapy here and now I'm able to stand straight and walk with hardly a limp.”
- David I.
“I started my treatments with Dr. Bowden and in 6 months I was free of all my lower back pain. I strongly recommend spinal decompression to anyone desiring true relief from any back pain.”
- Renae H.
"This place saved my life.
I couldn't even walk when I came in the first day.
Ruptured L4 and L5 needed surgery...2 years later and doing great.
Thank you Dr Bowden"