LUMBA PLUS Uses the neuro-vertebral decompression technique recognized by INSERM, practiced in osteopathy practices and recognized by the Association of Exclusive Osteopaths. Neurospinal decompression is a surgical or non-surgical procedure that aims to release pressure on the spinal cord or spinal nerves. Neurovertebral decompression is a key element in the treatment of back pain such as herniated discs, bulging discs, sciatic pain, disc degeneration and osteoarthritis. Vertebral decompression is a principle increasingly used in the treatment of back pain (pinched sciatic nerve, disc pinching, scoliosis, compression of the vertebrae or low back pain). Let's discover the technique of spinal decompression and see together its effects by stretching against sciatica. Principle of vertebral decompression Vertebral (or neurovertebral) decompression is a gentle treatment used in the event of a stuck sciatic nerve, a herniated disc or even a pinched disc. Known for more than 30 years, it is a question of slowly stretching the spine to fight against the effects of a compression of the vertebrae. It is not a surgical treatment. Spinal decompression involves applying force to the spine to generate a sciatica stretch. This force increases the space between the vertebrae and the pressure drops at the level of the intervertebral discs by favoring the return of blood around the intervertebral cavities. This mechanism makes it possible to rehydrate and heal all the intervertebral discs so as to no longer suffer from back pain and ensure good flexibility of the spine. A spinal decompression device There are several on the market, but the purchase of a traction device adapted to your home, such as the LUMBA PLUS, will allow you to do stretching sessions at home. This device for stretching the back is based on principles certified by the medical world, and has been for several years now. It is not as bulky as the stretching machines you find in a doctor's office but provides the same effects by exerting a stretching force to relieve your sciatica. It multiplies the weight of your body, to lengthen the spine from the hips to the shoulders.