A herniated disc, also known as a slipped or bulging disc, usually appears in the neck (cervical spine) or lower back (lumbar spine), but can occur anywhere on the spine.
How Do We Treat Your Herniated Disc?
We treat each patient differently by creating a personalized treatment plan for each. Our treatments for herniated disc pain include:
How Can I Tell If I Have A Herniated Disc?
If you’re feeling pain, numbness or weakness of the muscles on your neck, lower back, arm or leg, you may be suffering from a herniated or bulging disc. Pain can be mild to severe and can come on suddenly or gradually. Our team of doctors and physicians use cutting-edge, non-surgical procedures to accurately diagnose your pain and provide safe treatments to ease your herniated disc pain.
How Do Herniated Discs Form?
The discs are rubber-like pads founds between the vertebrae. They are made out of a thick outer cartilage ring and an inner gel-like material. The disc herniates when part of the inner “gel” pushes out through a crack in the cartilage. The herniated disc can irritate the nearby nerves, causing pain, weakness and numbness in the arm, leg, neck or back.
Do You Offer A Free Consultation?
Yes. You can schedule a free consultation by calling us at 602-482-2282 or filling out the form on the right.
If you believe you have a herniated disc or are suffering with chronic back pain, contact us right away. Our team of medical doctors, chiropractors and therapists will work you to create the best treatment plan for your condition.