Decompression Therapy in Mesquite, TX

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When you're experiencing pain, there's not always a quick fix. Some issues require more time and attention, and other problems may benefit from certain types of treatment. At Q Factor Chiropractic, our team stays at the forefront of revolutionary chiropractic care and is up to date on the newest effective treatments for pain relief. One technique we have incorporated into our patients' treatment plans is decompression therapy, which involves using spinal decompression tables to alleviate discomfort. To learn more about spinal decompression, or to find out if it could help with your pain, get in touch with our Mesquite, TX office and schedule an appointment with our team.

What Are The Benefits Of Decompression Therapy?

Decompression therapy treatments at our Mesquite, TX office can have tremendous benefits to your health and wellness, including:

  • Relieving neck and back pain
  • Treating a variety of issues
  • Restoring spinal alignment
  • Relieving pressure on nerves
  • Helping to prevent disc degeneration
  • Boosting healing
  • Reducing the need for surgery
  • Improving the posture
  • Treatments are comfortable and pain-free
  • Results are quick and long-lasting
  • No surgery or medications


The goal of decompression therapy is to relieve spinal pain caused by a herniated disc or another issue, which is accomplished by using a traction table to stretch the spine. This stretching allows the spine to correct any bulges or herniated discs. If you have back pain due to a herniated disc or related issue and have not found relief with other treatments, our team at Q Factor Chiropractic can help you determine if this treatment could be the solution you're looking for. After a thorough consultation in which we assess your current health and medical history, we will craft a personalized treatment program for you. Decompression therapy is often performed periodically throughout a year or so or until the proper result has been achieved.

What to Expect After Decompression Therapy

Q Factor Chiropractic provides detailed guidance through every step of your treatment plan, as well as how to keep your long-term outcomes after decompression therapy. Depending on the severity of your injury or health issue, you may need to rest for a few days and keep physical activity to a minimum such as walking or light stretching. You can also benefit from regularly scheduled massage sessions and chiropractic adjustments to maintain the improvements and correct any alignment issues.

Decompression Therapy FAQ

What does it feel like when your spine is compressed?

Some common symptoms of a compressed spine include:

  • Pain and/or stiffness in the neck, back, and lower back
  • Burning pain that can spread or shoot to the arms, buttocks, or legs (sciatica)
  • Numbness
  • Cramping
  • Weakness in the legs, arms, or hands

How does decompression therapy work?

Spinal decompression therapy works to reduce pain and stiffness by using negative intradiscal pressure to relieve pressure on compressed discs, pinched nerves, and slipped or herniated discs without the need for surgery. It includes stretching the spine on a traction table to elongate the spine and relieve pressure.

How many decompression therapy sessions will I need?

The number of decompression therapy sessions you’ll need will depend on your unique condition and issues. Most patients will need multiple sessions to achieve optimal results. During your consultation at Q Factor Chiropractic, a member of our team will give you an evaluation, talk to you about your medical history, and then be able to create a personalized treatment plan for you.

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Finding reliable relief for your pain is possible when you trust a talented team to take care of you. The professionals at Q Factor Chiropractic use the latest techniques to help alleviate your discomfort. If you're interested in hearing more about spinal decompression therapy, contact our office in Mesquite, TX and schedule a consultation.

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