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two mri images showing improvement in a lumbar disc herniation before and after spinal decompression therapy

Spinal Decompression Therapy

Bayshore Medical Group in Annapolis, Md offers spinal decompression therapy as a non-surgical solution to your acute and chronic neck pain, back pain, and sciatica. Spinal decompression therapy has been proven to reduce back pain, neck pain, radiating pain, and nerve pain associated with bulging discs, disc herniations, failed surgery, arthritis, sciatica, spinal degeneration, and more.


Spinal decompression and stretch therapy services can help relieve back pain without surgery.

When it comes to back pain, neck pain, and nerve pain, surgery is not your only option. 

Spinal decompression therapy is a way to relieve back and neck pain without surgery or drugs. It is a type of traction therapy. This procedure gently stretches out the spine to take pressure off the spinal discs and relieve back and neck pain. Decompressive stretch therapy is very gentle, and most people feel better right away when they get it.


To regulate the decompression of the spine, we use a new, computerized form of spinal traction. 

Spinal decompression has helped many of our patients with disc problems, sciatica, degenerative disc disease, 

facet syndrome, spondylolisthesis, numbness and tingling, headaches, and many other conditions feel less pain.


Spinal Decompression services for Annapolis, Parole, Edgewater, Arnold, Severna Park, and all surrounding areas

What Happens When You Get Back Pain?


Back pain can be a symptom of a more severe issue, such as a pinched nerve or spinal stenosis. Back pain can limit your mobility. Your back pain may even radiate to other areas of your body, such as your arms or legs. While lifestyle modifications and over-the-counter medications can provide you with symptomatic relief, our providers offers spinal decompression therapy to provide long-term back pain relief.

Benefits of Spinal Decompression


Spinal decompression therapy at Bayshore Medical Group in Annapolis is a safe, effective method to relieve pain caused by back pain. It works by gently stretching and elongating your spine to reduce pressure on nerves. Once you visit our office, first, we will examine you thoroughly to determine the source of your pain. The pressure may be due to a pinched nerve, spinal stenosis, herniated disc, or other health issues.

By pinpointing what is causing the problem and the exact location where the pain is emerging, we can relieve nerve and disc pressure using spinal decompression. This also helps to improve circulation and redirect blood flow to areas of your body where it is needed most, helping you feel better.

What to Expect


Your overall treatment may involve using a special traction belt or traction device, as well as physiotherapies. Once we have determined the proper treatment strategy for you, we will develop a personalized plan of care to help you feel better and return to everyday activities with ease. Most of the time, patients need 10–18 treatments of decompression to see the best results but your plan will be tailored to your exact condition and needs. 

Our patients say that the treatment feels good, is gentle, and doesn't hurt.

Even though the results vary, most people feel a big difference in their pain after just a few sessions.

Most patients and our providers find that treatment works best when it is combined with other services we offer, such as Physical Therapy and Chiropractic Treatment, depending on your condition.

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By using gentle methods, our providers can help relieve pain without having to do painful or expensive surgery. 

Spinal decompression will make it so that you don't have to deal with pain every day.

Call Bayshore Medical Group at 410-263-4171 to find out more about our spinal decompression therapy and how it can help you. 

Our doctors will decide if you are a good candidate for this procedure during your consultation.

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