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Physical Therapist Baltimore, MD

Physical Therapist Baltimore, MD Physical Therapist Baltimore, MD

 

A physical therapist Baltimore, MD trusts from the team at Mid-Atlantic Spinal Rehab & Chiropractic knows that an overwhelming majority of the United States’ population will experience back pain in their lives at some time or another. A substantial number of these people will develop chronic back pain that can last weeks, months, years, or even a lifetime. Our Baltimore physical therapist understands that chronic back pain can cast a dark cloud over your whole life and wants to help. If you’re struggling with the pain and mobility issues that make it challenging to get out of bed in the morning and nearly impossible to accomplish your routine daily tasks, see how physical therapy Baltimore, MD relies on may help you regain your active lifestyle.

 

How can a Baltimore, Maryland physical therapist help my back pain?

 

Some conventional medical treatment options do nothing more than merely mask back pain with medications. Sometimes, invasive surgeries with lengthy recovery times are recommended as a last resort. However, these often fail to resolve the discomfort, lost function, and reduced flexibility that comes along with chronic back pain.

 

We are qualified and knowledgeable chiropractic and physical therapists in Baltimore, MD who favors managing chronic back pain by treating the underlying issues contributing to your discomfort with chiropractic and physical therapy protocols. To that end, we often recommend patients undergo spinal decompression treatment as part of a comprehensive treatment regimen for chronic back pain.

 

What is spinal decompression therapy?

 

The spinal decompression therapy uses a computer-guided mechanical device that applies carefully controlled gentle stretching and relaxation movement cycles to help expand the spaces between vertebrae in your back. These intervertebral spaces can become narrowed and compressed as damaged or degraded discs distort the normal positioning of the structures within the spine.

 

Spinal decompression therapy is similar to spinal traction. Indeed, they are based on the same principles. Spinal traction is a treatment that has been offered by healthcare professionals to address back pain for decades. However, unlike fixed spinal traction, spinal decompression offers cycles of stretching and relaxation. This cyclic action helps prevent muscle spasms and provides the appropriate environment for damaged or degraded discs to move back into their regular positions. A physical therapist in Baltimore, MD will be able to provide this therapy.

 

As spaces between the vertebrae open up, they also draw healing cerebrospinal fluid back into the damaged or degraded discs. Therefore, spinal decompression therapy can help to restore the healthy structure and function to the bulging, herniated, degraded, or otherwise impaired discs. 

 

What conditions can be treated with spinal decompression therapy?

 

Spinal decompression therapy may be recommended as part of a comprehensive treatment program. It may help to relieve pain caused by:

 

  • Bulging discs
  • Herniated discs
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Facet syndromes
  • Sciatica and other nerve impingement issues
  • Spinal stenosis (a narrowing of the spinal canal)

 

Is spinal decompression therapy safe for me?

 

In most cases, spinal decompression therapy is safe and frequently quite helpful in treating, relieving, and resolving chronic back pain without invasive surgery. While patients may experience mild stretching of their muscles during a session, most of them report spinal decompression therapy feels good to them. However, it is not recommended for people with specific types of cancer, spinal fusion, or significant osteoporosis. Pregnant women will likely want to avoid it, as well.

 

So, are you wondering if spinal decompression therapy can help your back pain? Schedule a session with a physical therapist in Baltimore, MD from Mid-Atlantic Spinal Rehab & Chiropractic to find out if you’re a good candidate for this non-invasive healing therapy.