06 Mar 2020
NATRAHEA 康愈源
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Experiencing stubborn back pains that won't go away?

For those who encounter chronic back pains that won't go away, this may prove disruptive, and in most cases, inhibitive to daily life routines. The truth is, you don't have to suffer anymore. Natrahea has the answer in a non-invasive, natural solution offering – Decompression Therapy.

What is Decompression Therapy?

Non-surgical spinal decompression therapy is one of the latest modern treatments in the chiropractic industry that promises to ease chronic neck and back pains. This computer-directed, motorized traction procedure is FDA-approved. It works by gently stretching your spine, altering its force and position in the process to eliminate pressure off the spinal discs. By the application of negative pressure in the disc, any protruding or herniated discs will retract to alleviate pressure off the spinal nerves. Ultimately, this will allow the flow of oxygen and other nutrient-rich fluids back into the discs to promote natural healing.

The Journey To Recovery

Spinal decompression therapy boasts a proven success rate of 75 to 85%. Decompression patients typically experience relief after 6-8 sessions and complete recovery after 20-40 sessions.

Common Conditions For Spinal Decompression Therapy

- Back and neck pains, sciatica
- Herniated discs or degenerative disc syndrome
- Posterior Facet Syndrome (spinal joints that are worn out)
- Damaged spinal nerve roots

Spinal Decompression Key Benefits

- Proven Alternative Natural Treatment
- Alleviates Chronic Pain
- Safe Treatment With Amazing Instant Results
- No Drugs
- No Injections
- No Surgeries

Discover how Natrahea can help you end chronic back and neck pains with Spinal Decompression Therapy today.  

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