Spinal Decompression in North Haledon, NJ


Therapy for extreme neck and back pain

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Spinal decompression is a type of therapy which can deliver a great deal of relief to patients suffering from extreme neck pain or back pain. Pain is reduced by gently removing pressure on spinal discs, and this is accomplished by slowly separating the individual bones of the spine to relieve that pressure. When vertebrae are separated, pressure is relieved on discs and a vacuum begins to form.

The vacuum becomes effective at sucking the gel-like center of the disc back inside, and that has the effect of reducing the severity of a bulging disc. When a disc bulge is reduced, much of the pressure is relieved from spinal nerves, and that in turn lowers the level of pain and discomfort. Another by-product of the vacuum which gets created is that critically-needed oxygen is rushed into the area, to promote healing almost immediately. You can undergo this kind of disc decompression therapy in North Haledon, NJ at Wolke Chiropractic & Rehabilitation center, under the supervision of skilled medical personnel.

How it works


A painless process of spinal decompression

The process of spinal decompression is all managed by a computer, so that gentle and painless decompression can occur between the discs of the spine. The computer controls intervals of decompression, and intertwines them with intervals of relaxation, so there isn’t a constant tugging on the spine. This is done so as to prevent any muscle spasms which might occur, since this was identified as a major failing of the previously used process of traction.

Most spinal decompression systems also incorporate methods of advanced angulated elongation, so that specific discs can be targeted on the spine, for example those located right at the base of the spine. The term ‘angulated elongation’ means the angle at which the healing decompression force is actually exerted on the discs. This makes the whole operation one of finesse rather than one of raw power which simply separates the spinal discs. This is much more beneficial to the spine, and causes far fewer issues with injury. It also contributes to a much higher success rate than any previous method used in the past.

Characteristics of a spinal decompression session


A non-invasive holistic approach to relieve back and neck pain

Many people are a little uncomfortable about being hooked up to a machine which has a function of stretching out their backs. While this can be somewhat disconcerting, there’s no reason to fear the gentle stretching performed by a spinal decompression machine. Here’s what you can expect during a spinal decompression session:

  • lasts less than 30 minutes
  • reduced level of pain or discomfort
  • pain-free alternative
  • high success rate
  • near complete relief in 6 to 10 treatments.

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Contact us today to begin pain relief treatment

If you think spinal decompression may help you and whatever issues you’re experiencing, you should contact us at Wolke Chiropractic & Rehabilitation center to setup a consultation. A knowledgeable medical professional will interview you to obtain your medical history, and then you will be thoroughly examined to determine the cause of your discomfort. Then a program of treatment can be developed, and after the first session or two, you’ll begin to start feeling the relief that you’ve been looking for.


At Wolke Chiropractic & Rehabilitation we have chiropractic care, therapeutic massage, physical therapy, and acupuncture for pain relief, spine correction and structural restoration.  Additionally, we offer wellness plans for those looking to continue to remain healthy once their problem is corrected. Book an appointment with us today!

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