Spinal Decompression

Pay only 47$ for 1 visit and get another one for FREE

What you'll get with our special offer:

  • First visit: We’ll provide you with an in-depth consultation where we will take the time to discuss your concerns and gather essential detal about your medical history. This serves as a foundation to tailoring our approach to your specific needs.
  • Second visit: Unveil Your Path to Wellness! Receive a personalized report of findings from your evaluation. At this time we will provide you with a clear assessment of wether you qualify for the decompression therapy protocol. Experience our advanced Decompression treatment tailored to your needs after you qualify.

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  • A solution in Omaha, Nebraska, that can treat your back pain once and for all.
  • Provide you with long-lasting pain relief
  • Through a non-invasive treatment that doesn’t involve any medication.
  • Little to no side effects 
  • Affordable with a short recovery period. 

Affordable and non-invasive

Spinal decompression is the treatment you need if you need help with any type of back problems, back pain, bulging discs, sciatica, you name it and this chiropractic treatment will relieve the pain and heal your spine. Improve your movement, posture, and the ability to do daily tasks life lifting or excersising. 

No more surgery or pills

Unlike surgical treatment, spinal decompression is a non-invasive solution that requires little recovery time, and it’s much more affordable, being a healthcare choice available for everyone. You’ll notice improvement over your condition sooner than you expect as this techinique is highly effective. 

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How Chiropractic Care Alleviates Back Pain through Spinal Decompression?

Spinal decompression is a non-surgical chiropractic treatment that is often used to alleviate pain and discomfort associated with various spinal conditions, including herniated discs, bulging discs, sciatica, and more.  

The spine is made up of individual vertebrae, and between these vertebrae are intervertebral discs. These discs act as cushions or shock absorbers, allowing for flexibility and movement in the spine. 

In many cases, conditions like herniated discs or bulging discs can cause pressure on nearby nerves or spinal cord, leading to pain, tingling, numbness, and other symptoms. 


The goal of spinal decompression is to reduce the pressure on these affected discs and nerves, ultimately relieving pain and promoting the body’s natural healing process. 


During a spinal decompression session, the patient is usually placed on a specialized table. The chiropractor operates the table, which gently stretches and decompresses the spine.  


This controlled stretching creates a negative pressure within the disc, which can help retract herniated or bulging material and promote the flow of nutrients and oxygen into the affected area. 


The pain relief achieved through spinal decompression occurs through several mechanisms: 

Reduced Pressure

As the spine is gently stretched, it creates space between the vertebrae, reducing pressure on the discs and nerves. This can relieve the compression causing pain.  

Improved Blood Flow

The negative pressure within the disc encourages the flow of nutrient-rich blood and fluids into the affected area, aiding in the body’s natural healing process.

Rehydration of Discs

Spinal decompression can help draw in fluid and nutrients into the discs, potentially promoting their rehydration and health. d. Nerve Function: By reducing pressure on nerves, spinal decompression can alleviate pain, numbness, and tingling associated with conditions like sciatica. 


The benefit of it results on pain relief, improved mobility, and an enhanced quality of life.  

It’s a non-invasive, non-surgical option that can often provide relief without needing medication or surgery. 

Specific Chiropractic Back Pain Interventions We Provide

Our goal is to alleviate pain and improve function with a minimal amount of disruption to our patients’ lives and bodies. 

For this reason, we prefer a conservative approach to care that may include:

  • Strategic stretching exercises
  • Manual or other chiropractic adjustments
  • Vibration Therapy
  • Individualized nutritional plans
  • Spinal Decompression Therapies

When to Visit a Chiropractor for Spinal Decompression Pain

Spinal decompression is a therapeutic technique often used by chiropractors to treat conditions like herniated discs, sciatica, and other spinal issues. If you are considering visiting a chiropractor for spinal decompression pain, here are some factors to consider.

Consultation with a healthcare professional

Before seeking chiropractic care for spinal decompression, it’s essential to perform an initial consultation to diagnose the specific cause of your pain and recommend appropriate treatments. 

Chronic or Recurrent Back Pain

Chiropractic care, including spinal decompression, may be suitable for individuals who have chronic or recurrent back or neck pain that hasn’t responded well to conservative treatments like physical therapy, medication, or rest. 

Disc Herniation or bulging disc

Chiropractic spinal decompression is often used for conditions like herniated discs or bulging discs. If you have a confirmed diagnosis of such a condition, chiropractic care may be considered as a treatment option.

Sciatica pains

Sciatica, characterized by pain radiating down the leg due to pressure on the sciatic nerve, is a common condition treated with spinal decompression by chiropractors. If you have sciatica that is not improving with other treatments, you may consider chiropractic care.


Some individuals with scoliosis may benefit from chiropractic care, including spinal decompression, to help manage pain and improve spinal alignment. However, it’s essential to consult with a healthcare provider and a chiropractor experienced in treating scoliosis.

Non-surgical approach

Chiropractic spinal decompression is generally considered a non-surgical alternative to more invasive treatments like surgery. If you prefer to explore non-surgical options for your spinal condition, consulting a chiropractor may be a reasonable choice.