Chiropractic Spinal Decompression


If you are an individual that is suffering from back pain, neck pain, or other abnormal sensations, you may represent an individual that is experiencing nerve impingement as a result of vertebrae compression.

As our spinal column changes either in a sudden and acute, or in relation to age, this may lead to pinched nerve tissue within the spinal column. Luckily, with the advancements in chiropractic care, it is no longer necessary to receive invasive surgery to experience relief from these frequently chronic, and potentially debilitating conditions.

Our spine is not simply a column of stacked vertebrae. Each one vertebra is connected and operates through cushioned, gel-filled cartilage discs known as facet joints. The facet joints protect your vertebrae against the wear and tear of everyday life in addition to bone-on-bone friction. These discs additionally ensure a uniform and consistent space between the vertebrae so that our joints function optimally.

When bone spurs, shifts in vertebrae, and disc problems add pressure to the nerve tissue, signals between the nerves and the brain cannot transmit properly. This often results in pain and imparts other derivative effects on your overall comfort and health.


Vertebral misalignment and spinal injury can happen during basic everyday activities, while other conditions like bulging discs can occur without your knowledge and progress in a gradual fashion. Regardless of the beginning circumstance, the resulting nerve impingement will likely cause you to experience back and neck pain, as well as numbness, tingling, pain, and other basic motor control problems in your extremities.

Through lifestyle alterations, as well as comprehensive chiropractic treatment, we can help with various pain conditions you may experience!


Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression


When they experience back problems, many individuals automatically think that they require drastic, invasive surgeries to treat nerve compressions or alter parts of their spinal column. However, these same patients are often relieved to learn that spinal decompression from Lakes Rehab can often alleviate these symptoms simply and conservatively.

We employ this healing modality to produce a controlled amount of negative pressure within a patient’s spine. This creates a vacuum to draw bulging and herniated discs away from the affected nerve tissue and restore the individual back into their proper chiropractic alignment. As a result, dehydrated and compressed discs take in water once again, returning to the spongy protective normality that the spine requires.

Lakes Rehab also combines spinal decompression with other natural chiropractic care techniques

to create a truly unique and customized pain relief program.