Herniated Disc in Neck

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Herniated Disc in Neck

Herniated Disc in Neck
 

Men and women who experience a lot of head and neck pain can have it due to a herniated disc in neck. This change results in increasing pressure between the discs, which can be "made even worse by sitting and standing” (Eyerman, 1998). Left alone, it can become quite painful and debilitating. It is suggested that "decompressing the over pressurized disc should allow for healing and repair of disc prolapse, herniation and annulus tears.” By decompressing the spine, the disc would potentially not cause as much pain and discomfort.

It is just as important to receive an accurate diagnosis and treatment procedure when dealing with a herniated disc in neck. Croft (2007) asserts that cervical disc herniation and thoracic spine herniation is close to 37 percent of asymptomatic people. Yet, it seems to be "goal number one for a defense lawyer is to introduce doubt into the minds of the tryers of fact—a jury, say—the notion that 50% of the American population is walking around in ignorant bliss with a benignly asymptomatic disc herniation,” he adds.

 

Dr. Amidror of Spinous offers chiropractic and spinal decompression therapy, including treatments for a herniated disc in neck.Conveniently located in New Rochelle, Spinous serves clients in Westchester County, Fairfield and the Bronx.

 

Herniated Disc in Neck Treatments

Treatments are tailored to each individual patient. Some may focus on decompression of the disc and spine. It is our goal to quickly transforming patients from being pain-ridden to pain-free.

Spinal decompression therapy is a non-surgical traction that is used as treatment for a herniated disc in neck, as well as for herniated or bulging discs in the neck and lower back. Anyone who has back, neck, arm or leg pain may be helped by spinal decompression therapy.

Researcher have found up to 90% reduction of disc herniations in 10 of 14 cases (Eyerman, 1998) and other studies reported that the majority of ruptured disc patients achieved "good" to "excellent" results after spinal decompression therapy.

If you are suffering from neck pain due to a herniated disc in neck, please consider treatment options available through Spinous. Being pain-free may be a phone call away.

Sources:

Croft, Arthur. 2007. Human Intervertebral Disc Herniation: the 50% Solution. The Journal of the Texas Chiropractic Association.

Eyerman, Edward. 1998. Simple Pelvic Traction Gives Inconsistent Relief for Herniated Lumbar Disc Sufferers. Journal of Neuroimaging. 



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