Spinal decompression. How does it work?

Removing pressure. By removing pressure on the spinal cord (discs, tumors etc (the normal function restored provided there was no permanent damage done to the cord while under pressure.

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What is "spinal decompression" and how does it work?

Do not waste your. Money on a repackaged form of traction. If you want to try something that you can own for a fraction of the price, try an inversion table. There is no scientific literature that supports any spinal decompression system. Bulging discs are not abnormal and herniated disc symptoms may be temporarily decreased with traction.

Can spinal decompression systems work for herniated or bulging discs?

Non-surgical? If you are referring to non-surgical spinal decompression employed mostly by chiropractors, there is very little evidence showing its efficacy. It is a very costly treatment that uses traction to relieve pain caused by a disc herniation and nerve root compression. It has not shown to be any different then allowing time to allow inflammation to improve.
Do not waste your. Money on a repackaged form of traction. If you want to try something that you can own for a fraction of the price, try an inversion table. There is no scientific literature that supports any spinal decompression system. Bulging discs are not abnormal and herniated disc symptoms may be temporarily decreased with traction.