Bulging & Herniated Disc Therapy
Do you suffer fromherniated disc, sciatica, or other spinal problems? Has your physician suggested that you consider back surgery for herniated disc? You may want to consider spinal decompression therapy first. Spinal decompression therapy has proven effective in treating degenerative discs, facet syndrome, sciatica, herniated discs and spinal stenosis. If you have already had herniated disc surgery, spinal decompression therapy can still behelp you.If you suffer from failed back surgery syndrome, and still have bulging disc pain after bulging disc surgery, and still have herniated disc symptoms, herniated disc treatment or bulging disc treatment with computerized spinal decompression therapy can help you, even if you have multiple herniated discs. Does this sound good to you or someone you know?
Spinal discs do not get oxygen and fresh blood consistently. Decompression and motion can enhance healing by restoring the needed nutrients back into the discs. During therapy, you will go through phases of traction and release.As the problem spinal disc isgently stretched, a vacuum effect occurs. The vacuum does two things: First, any portion of the inner disc material (jelly-like center) that has herniated or protruded will begin to return to the center, where it should be. Second, the vacuum effect brings in fresh fluids and nutrients, which promotes healing. Does this sound logical?
In England and elsewhere, they use terms like herniated disk, herniated disk surgery, herniated disk symptoms, herniated disk treatment and herniated disk neck, but however you spell it, the overwhelming evidence shows that the more conservative approach, using natural means to aid the body in healing itself, works best in the long term.
For most,spinal decompression therapy typically takestwenty to thirty minutesto perform. Patients usually have treatmentthree times a week forfour to six weeks, then reducing gradually.Required treatment plans vary according to need. Most patients find pain relief within a few sessions. However, to achieve maximum and long-lasting relief, commitment to the entire recommended treatment program is necessary. For those who are candidates and follow the recommended guidelines, spinal decompression has proven to be highly effective. For more stubborn cases, I might use oxygen therapy to boost the healing process, since oxygen helps wounds heal. Is this appealing to you?
Before you opt for surgery, explore the possibility of spinal decompression therapy. Every person who is interested in spinal decompression therapy will be evaluated to see if he or she would make a good candidate. To schedule an appointment for a consultation to see if you are a candidate for this breakthrough procedure give us a call at 772-287-7701. Do you think you, or a loved onecould be helped with non-surgicalspinal decompression?Return to Conditions We Treat