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A Noninvasive Way to Stop Knee Pain

Knee pain is a common problem affecting millions of people of all ages. The good news is that there are many treatment options available. Thanks to recent advances in medical technology and techniques, we can address the root cause of knee pain without subjecting you to surgery. Unlike traditional knee surgery, which often requires a lengthy hospital stay and rehabilitation, non-surgical knee decompression is completely noninvasive and doesn’t involve any downtime. If you have chronic knee pain, please call us for cutting-edge knee decompression in our Culver City, Van Nuys or Ontario offices.

What is Knee Decompression?

The knee is one of the largest joints in the body and is responsible for bearing a significant amount of weight. The knee joint consists of the thigh bone (femur), the shin bone (tibia), and the kneecap (patella). These three bones are held together by ligaments, tendons, and muscles. The knee joint is also lined with a thin layer of cartilage, which helps to cushion the bones and allow them to move smoothly against each other.

Over time, the knee joint can become damaged due to wear and tear injury or disease, and the cartilage protecting the bones can break down, leading to pain, swelling, and difficulty moving the joint. Knee decompression in Culver City, Van Nuys & Ontario is a noninvasive therapy that involves using a machine to apply negative pressure to the knee joint. This helps stretch the joint and take the pressure off the damaged cartilage. This can provide relief from pain and help the joint to heal.

How Does It Work?

Knee decompression with mechanical traction is a non-surgical treatment that uses a machine to stretch the knee joint and alleviate the pressure on the joints and surrounding tissues. The machine slowly and gently pulls on the leg, stretching the knee joint and giving the muscles and tissues around the joint a chance to relax. This is a safe and effective way to relieve the pain and stiffness associated with arthritis and other knee conditions. The procedure is typically done for 10-15 minutes, and you go home the same day.

Benefits of Knee Decompression

Knee decompression is a non-surgical treatment option, so there is no risk of complications, pain, downtime, hospitalization, or harsh side effects. Knee decompression is also a relatively short treatment; most people only need a few sessions before seeing improvements. Knee decompression in Culver City, Van Nuys & Ontario relieves pressure on the knee joint, stretches the knee muscles and tendons, and increases blood flow to the area. This combination of effects can reduce pain and inflammation and improve the range of motion. It’s a completely natural solution to knee pain.

What Can Knee Decompression Treat?

Knee decompression can treat numerous knee-related pain conditions, including:

  • Chronic knee pain
  • Knee arthritis
  • Knee osteoarthritis
  • ACL injuries
  • Meniscus tears
  • Failed knee surgery
  • Sub-acute muscle strain
  • Chronic muscle strain
  • Knee tendinitis
  • Knee bursitis
man before knee decompression in Culver City and Van Nuys

Recovery After Knee Decompression

Knee decompression is a completely non-surgical and non-invasive treatment, so you don’t have to worry about hospitalization, downtime, extended recovery, or harsh side effects. After your treatment, you’ll notice a significant reduction in pain and discomfort. You may also feel more relaxed after the treatment.

You might be tempted to return to normal activities immediately after your treatment, but you should take it easy for a few days. Avoid strenuous activities and exercise for a few days after your knee decompression in Culver City, Van Nuys & Ontario, following which you can gradually increase your activities.

Why Choose Spinatomy Spine & Disc Centers for Knee Decompression?

  • Cutting Edge Chiropractic Technology
  • Team That Aims to Over Deliver on Care
  • Non-Surgical, Non-Opioid, All-Natural Treatments

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