Dr Charles Coyle Chiropractor Williamsville NY


716-565-1425


1135 Maple Road
Williamsville, N.Y. 14221

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HOURS OF OPERATION:

Monday 9AM -6PM
Wednesday 9AM-6PM
Friday 9AM-6PM
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Spinal Decompression

Coyle ChiropracticDr. Coyle is proud to offer our patients affordable Spinal Decompression Therapy. This exciting therapy offers a high success rate, especially when combined with corrective chiropractic care and spinal rehabilitation. It is a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment for many types of back and neck pain.

(Pictured above is a patient comfortably receiving a lower back adjustment using spinal decompression.)

Spinal Decompression is a traction based treatment that slowly and gently stretches the spine. This gentle stretching relieves the compressive forces that create pressure on the vertebral discs and joints of the spine. It helps to relieve muscle spasm, decrease inflammation, improve flexibility and decrease pressure on the spinal nerves as they exit the spinal canal. Pressure on the spinal nerves leads to symptoms such as:
Back and neck pain
Pain, numbness, tingling or weakness in the legs, feet, arms or hands
Carpal tunnel symptoms
Shoulder pain
Headaches

Spinal decompression was developed to conservatively and effectively treat people with:

Coyle Chiropractic Herniated or bulging discs
Degenerative disc disease
Facet Syndrome
Foraminal stenosis
Sciatic leg pain


(Pictured above is a patient comfortably receiving a neck adjustment using spinal decompression.)

Spinal decompression treatments also help people with healthy discs when no explanation for their pain is found on MRI. Dr. Coyle has helped many people find relief when other types of therapies have failed to relieve their pain. The number of treatments varies, depending on your individual needs . Some patients find relief from a few treatments while others need a series of 20 or more. Factors include how long you have had the condition, degree of disc involvement, overall physical condition and life style. Spinal decompression treatment is painless in most cases and some people often fall asleep during treatment.

If you are tired of living in pain, taking pain medication, or contemplating surgery to relieve your pain, consider spinal decompression. It has helped many people to start enjoying their lives again.