If you're in search of herniated disc treatment options, you're not alone.
One out of three people reading this has a herniated disc, which occurs when your discs — the “shock absorbers” of your spine — become damaged, bulge or break open.
Thousands of people who suffer from this common condition hit the internet every … Read More
Getting older can be a real pain in the neck… and the back, too.
For many people, that pain can be caused when their bones and discs begin to deteriorate. We call this degenerative disc disease. It's also sometimes referred to as spondylosis.
Not everyone with degenerative disc disease will have severe pain, but you sh … Read More
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A herniated disc occurs when the outer part of the donut-shaped disc between the vertebrae weakens and the inner part (a gel-like substance) protrudes outward, something like when a balloon squeezed from one side.
Typically, people don’t feel any pain until and unless this protrusion touches a nerve.
Many people live o … Read More
"I think I slipped a disc,” is one of the most common phrases I hear from back pain patients.
The truth is, you can’t really slip a disc. Your intervertebral discs are fused to the vertebrae of your spine. They help keep each bone aligned and supported.
You can imagine intervertebral discs by thinking of a thick, spong … Read More
Are you suffering from debilitating pain in your low back or legs? Even if you’ve receive a diagnosis of a herniated disc, it’s probably still little comfort…
Did you know the medical community has not standardized the term for a common spinal condition. So, if you’ve been told you have a herniated disc, a slipped disc, a … Read More
… Top Treatments, Solutions, Causes, and Symptoms
The discs are the "shock absorbers” of your spine, acting as small, spongy cushions to protect your vertebrae and keep your spine flexible. Though durable, they are not invincible, and with wear and tear they sometimes become damaged, bulge or break open.
This is known as … Read More
Low level laser therapy, or cold laser therapy provides an alternative for those people that do not want to take NSAID's or prescription pain pills. After all, anyone that has ever been in severe pain knows just how serious it can be. If you have adverse reactions to prescription pain killers, then you can consider laser the … Read More
Herniated discs are one of the leading causes of back pain. The level of pain associated with herniated or bulging discs will vary from person to person. Getting diagnosed with a herniated disc can be a bit intimidating, but rest assured there are a wide variety of treatment options that can help you heal your herniated disc … Read More
The 4 Essential Steps to Properly Treat a Herniated Disc...
Your doctor just told you, or you suspect, you have a herniated disc. Exercise is dangerous now, right?
Not as dangerous as you might think.
In fact, exercise may be the only way to help your body permanently heal a herniated disc.
The trick is knowing … Read More