Non-surgical Herniated Disc Treatments

A study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that back pain is responsible for about 60 percent of all cases in which people miss work as a result of pain involving the upper body. Treatment for back pain costs over 26 billion dollars annually in the United States, with herniated disc, which affects nearly a third of all adults, being one of the worst offenders. Luckily the majority of these cases can be safely treated with non-surgical herniated disc treatments such as herniated disc laser treatment and shockwave therapy.

A herniated disc occurs when one of the cushions that sits between the vertebrae in the spinal column and acts as a shock absorber is pushed out of alignment and impinges on a nerve. Though in youth the spinal disc is soft and elastic, as we grow older the discs begin to damage. If a disc should rupture, a portion of the jelly-like inner portion of the disc will bulge out from between the vertebrae. In some cases it may place pressure on the spinal cord and surrounding nerves.

What is the best treatment for a herniated disc? It varies depending on the location of the condition and the needs of the patient. Cervical herniated disc treatment typically consists of a combination of anti-inflammalistoms by reducing joint dysfunction.

For patients suffering from pain in the neck, back, or lower extremities, cold laser disc therapy is a form of herniated disc laser treatment designed to heal disc herniation by stimulating the growth of certain cell types. Safe and non-surgical, herniated disc laser treatment has proven effective in reducing inflammation of the surrounding tissue and promoting healing.

For patients suffering from cervical or back pain, the New York Dynamic Neuromuscular Rehabilitation clinic (NYDNRehab) offers a range of methods for non-surgical herniated disc treatment. When the cervical herniated disc is injured, pain and weakness are felt in the arm and its muscles, necessitating a very specific herniated disc neck treatment. We use dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS) tores nerve gliding. Finally, extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT), which sends high-frequency shockwaves through the skin at near-supersonic speeds, has proven effective in permanently reducing soft tissue pain.

What is the best treatment for a herniated disc? Whether you need cervical herniated disc treatment or treatment for a herniated disc in the back, our clinic on Manhattan’s Upper East Side provides comprehensive care and treatment.


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