Visit The Health First Group for spinal decompression, also known as traction therapy in the Mississauga region. If you are looking for spinal decompression treatment in Mississauga, you have come to the right place. We are one of the few that offer such a treatment using the state of the art Triton DTS 600 in Mississauga.
Spinal decompression/traction therapy has been proven to be a prominent method for treating back dysfunction for decades now. For this exact reason, many clinicians have made a Decompression Traction Unit mandatory to their practice.
Spinal decompression functions by gently stretching the spine which results in a change to the force and position of the spine. This leads to decompressing pressure on spinal disks by creating negative pressure in the disc. As a result, disks may retract with the elimination of pressure on nerves in your spine. Therefore, this results in the movement of oxygen, water, and nutrient fluids to the disks so they can be healed.
Traction Therapy is effective for:
Degenerative Disc Disease
Posterior Facet Syndrome
Acute Facet Problems
Spinal Root Impingement
Degenerative Joint Disease
Mechanical/Physiological Effects of Traction
Decompression of the Spine:
Decrease bulging and protruding discs
Mobilization of the Spine:
Stretch ligaments and tendons
Mobilize the capsule, facet joints and intravertebral discs
Increase Range of Motion
Will DTS Help Relieve My Pain?
Although each patient is unique and no Physiotherapist can guarantee the treatment’s success, we can confidently state that it has been effective for over 85% of patients treated.
The Health First Group is closed for all in person treatment sessions. We anticipate the earliest the clinic will open again is April 9. This is subject to change based on the continuously updating government recommendations.
We are now offering Telehealth Physiotherapy. Book a remote physiotherapy appointment via phone or video conferencing at the comfort of your home.
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