Mobility Plus Chiropractic - Best Chiropractor in Oakville


Our Oakville clinic offers Spinal Decompression Therapy; a precise, safe and proven method of rejuvenating spinal health. Research is now clear that disc herniations and spinal disc injuries are caused by repetitive flexion and compression of the spine. Spinal Decompression Therapy reverses this process; healing and hydrating dried out and damaged spinal discs, thereby restoring their height and relieving pressure on nerves. Book a consultation for Spinal Decompression Therapy at our Oakville clinic today.


Spinal Decompression Table


A specialized table creates a controlled, gentle stretch on the spine to relieve pressure on the intervertebral discs and promote healing. The primary focus is on the discs, which are the soft, gel-like cushions between the vertebrae. The mechanism action involves key elements:


Creating Negative Pressure

A specialized traction table generates negative pressure, simulating a vacuum effect within the spinal discs. This gentle stretching of the spine aids in retracting herniated or bulging material within the disc, reducing compression on nerves and surrounding tissues.

Relieving Pressure on Nerves

Research now indicates that disc herniations and spinal disc injuries result from repetitive flexion and compression of the spine. Spinal decompression therapy mimics a vacuum, pulling herniated disc material back into the disc’s center, safely and effectively relieving pressure on nerves. This often eliminates the need for surgical intervention.

Promoting Disc Healing

Spinal Decompression Therapy reverses the compressive stress imposed by gravity on our spinal discs as we age. By drawing in fluid, oxygen, and nutrients into dried-out and damaged discs, this process helps repair the disc’s structure, restores its height, and regenerates healthy disc material.


Spinal Decompression Therapy can be highly effective for a number of painful neck and back conditions. These listed below have shown to exhibit exceptional results.

1. Herniated or Bulging Discs

2. Degenerative Disc Disease

3. Sciatica

4. Spinal Stenosis

5. Posterior Facet Syndrome

6. Chronic Neck & Back Pain



Age is not the cause of pain and immobility; it’s the cumulative stress of gravity over time. Take the first step to reverse these damaging processes by booking your initial appointment for Spinal Decompression Therapy in Oakville with one of our experienced Chiropractors or Physiotherapists today.

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1927 Ironoak Way #3, Oakville, L6H 0N1