Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression

Have you or your family members have been struggling with a herniated disc, sciatica, disc bulge, low back pain, numbness, tingling, or neck pain or any of the following:

  • Are you considering surgery and are uncomfortable with that choice?
  • Are you experiencing leg or arm pain from a Neck or Back Disc Herniation?
  • Are you currently dependent on medications on a daily basis or just in pain constantly?
  • Are you limited or avoid things in daily activities or afraid of the pain associated with certain activities?
  • Have you had repeated injections or epidurals with little or no relief?

If you answered yes to ANY of these questions or are feeling unnecessary pain, make an appointment today as Spinal Decompression may very well help you avoid surgery. Let us be your preferred Fort Worth Chiropractor at Natural Health Chiropractic Spine and Sports.


When considering treatments for neck pain or back pain let us be your Fort Worth Chiropractic Clinic. Decompression is Decompression. Do not be lured into claims made by offices or manufactures that certain machines are superior. Insurance does cover the procedure in most cases so do not pay a large cash price fee.

Disc Bulge Herniated discDr. Brian Saul suffered from a disc bulge in his low back. He bought the spinal decompression unit we utilize in the the office for his own personal use. He wants to share his same success with people searching for Fort Worth Chiropractic Care as an alternative to surgery. Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy is a spinal disc rehabilitation program that uses FDA cleared medical technology that gently stretches the spine and decompresses the discs. This technique of spinal decompression therapy, that is, unloading due to distraction and positioning, has shown the ability to gently separate the vertebrae from each other, creating a vacuum inside the discs that we are targeting. This "vacuum effect" is also known as negative intradiscal pressure.

The negative pressure can induce the retraction of the herniated or bulging disc into the inside of the disc, and off the nerve root, thecal sac, or both. It happens only microscopically each time, but cumulatively, over four to six weeks, the results are quite dramatic.

The cycles of decompression and partial relaxation over a series of visits, promotes the diffusion of water, oxygen, and nutrient-rich fluids from the outside of the discs to the inside. These nutrients enable the torn and degenerated disc fibers to begin to heal. Check out the treatment and outcomes page for visual pictures of the difference.