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Lumbar Disc Herniation

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Lumbar Disc Herniation

Lumbar Disc Herniation can be a real pain, often felt in your rear end! The nerves originating from your lower back travel down into your buttocks, legs, and even your feet and toes. When a disc in your lower back bulges or herniates, it can cause intense leg pain.
This pain typically occurs on one side and worsens with physical activity. Sadly, many treatments for this issue merely mask the symptoms without addressing the root cause – the herniated disc.
The best option for non-surgical treatment for bulging and herniated disc.
With the DRX-9000, we can precisely target the troublesome disc responsible for your pain and relieve the pressure, helping it return to its normal state. An MRI can easily confirm if you’re a suitable candidate for spinal decompression. Many of our patients have already tried various treatments, including physical therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, over-the-counter medications, pain management, epidural injections, and other procedures. Nearly half of our patients have even undergone spine surgery and are now seeking to avoid a second one. In fact, back surgery can be so unreliable that there’s a specific diagnosis code for it – FAILED BACK SURGERY SYNDROME (ICD-10: 722.8).
If you’ve been diagnosed with a bulging or herniated disc and are tired of the pain it brings, please contact our office to schedule an appointment. We’ll sit down with you one-on-one. With nearly 20 years of experience, our doctor specializes in helping people overcome this condition without relying on drugs or surgery. Let’s explore if we can help you too

SIGNS YOU MAY HAVE A LUMBAR DISC HERNIATION

Pain unresponsive to physical therapy or chiropractic care
  • Pain exacerbated by activity
  • Pain radiating into the leg or feet
  • Weakness, numbness, or tingling in the feet

Cervical Disc Herniation

Cervical disc herniation is no ordinary neck pain. It brings a deep, persistent discomfort that often extends from the neck into the shoulder, arm, and sometimes even the hands and fingers. Typically resulting from past injuries, a cervical herniation can lead to severe pain and discomfort, along with symptoms like reduced grip strength, numbness, tingling, and relentless pain. The good news is that we have a high success rate in treating this challenging condition using the DRX-9000 and the renowned Genesis Protocol, which decompresses the discs, providing not only pain relief but also lasting improvements for healthier and happier discs. Many of our patients have already explored various treatments, including physical therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, over-the-counter medications, pain management, epidural injections, and other procedures. Remarkably, about half of our patients have undergone one spine surgery and are now seeking to avoid a second one. In fact, back surgery can be so unreliable that there’s a specific diagnosis code for it – FAILED SPINE SURGERY SYNDROME (ICD-10: 722.8).
If you’ve been diagnosed with a bulging or herniated disc and are weary of the pain it brings, please reach out to our office to arrange an appointment. We’ll have a one-on-one discussion about your case. With nearly 20 years of experience, our doctor specializes in helping individuals overcome this condition without resorting to drugs or surgery. Let’s explore if we can help you too

SIGNS YOU MAY HAVE A CERVICAL DISC HERNIATION

Intense, persistent neck discomfort
  • Pain extending into the arms or hands
  • Numbness and tingling in the hands or fingers
  • Reduced grip strength
  • Headaches or migraines
Spinal decompression is a proven method for fixing the issues listed below by fixing damaged discs in the spine. Herniated discs are common injuries that can happen anywhere along the spine, but they often affect the neck and lower back. These discs can cause serious pain and problems in the arms or legs. Spinal decompression is the only non-surgical option to relieve disc bulges and herniations, providing an effective alternative to surgery or steroid injections.
We’ve Been Treating Back & Neck Pain for nearly 20 Years.
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