Your spine is made up of bones called vertebrae, and these are separated by tough, fibrous, flexible disks. The disks allow your spine to flex, bend, and twist - and also act as shock absorbers between the vertebrae. If your back is injured, strained, or if you have chronic pain, the individual segments of your spine can become immobile, tight, and restricted. This fixation of the spine creates tremendous pressure on the disks.
This pressure can cause the disks to bulge or herniate, or can cause inflammation in the nerves that travel from your spinal cord to the rest of your body. If the nerves become irritated or pinched, it can cause back pain, sciatica, or even numbness and tingling in your hip and leg. Spinal decompression works by gently stretching your spine and reducing the pressure on your disks, restoring your spine's natural function and flexibility.
Simply the best. Very knowledgeable and is willing to spend a lot of one on one time with his patients. Would definitely recommend Dr. Stanbridge.
Dr Stanbridge is amazing! My son injured his elbow playing sports and was terrified to get adjusted. The staff is so friendly and helped us feel welcome.
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Dr. Stanbridge is the most qualified chiropractic doctor I’ve met! I’ve met many. He never ceases to amaze with his quality of work and skill. The staff is also amazing!
They truly care and always make sure you are doing well and are comfortable through the whole treatment. I would recommend to anyone!