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Neuro-vertebral decompression

Neurovertebral decompression therapy on automated tables, commonly known as "traction", is a technique aimed at applying 2 forces from opposite directions to the spine, which mainly results in an enlargement of the intervertebral spaces as well as a tension of the intervertebral anatomical structures. 

They are carried out on an automated table with pre-defined protocols that vary the time, force and speed of pulling.

A painless, progressive and natural technique.

They are mainly used for the lumbar and cervical regions.

Spinal tractions have important clinical benefits, such as:

- Ligament and muscle stretching
- Decrease in disc pressure
- Limitation of nerve compressions
- Enlargement of the intervertebral foramen
- Muscle and joint mobilization
- Improved circulation 
- Pain relief

The duration of a session is approximately 20 minutes. The number varies from 1 to 3 times a week, at the doctor's discretion and depending on the pathologies. 

The number of sessions is often 5 to 10 sessions depending on the indications.
This technique is painless and progressive.

This treatment is indicated for: 
- Neck pain and low back pain.
- Sciatica and cervico-brachal neuralgia 
- Herniated discs and cervical discs
- Low back arthrosis and cervical arthrosis
- Lumbagos
- Back pain
- Sacralgia 
- Scoliosis 
- Disc disease  

This practice is recommended under medical advice, 

You can contact our secretariat or make an appointment directly for the reason "First consultation in sports medicine" in the specialty "Physical medicine and rehabilitation". 

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