Bulging Disc Treatment With Breakthrough Technology & Advanced Methods
Bulging disc treatment that repairs damaged disc without surgery using advanced slipped disc treatment methodologies in chiropractic combined with physiotherapy and breakthrough spine technology that competing centers don't have.
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How NSD Therapy® Repairs Bulging Disc?
If you are reading this page, chances are you have a bulging disc, herniated disc, or a degenerative disc. Most likely, you want to know what the implications are? A bulging disc (disc bulge) or a herniated disc (protruded or prolapsed discs) is also referred to as a slipped disc. We want to let you know that you are not alone and that NSD Therapy® can help fix and repair your bulging disc without surgery. Disc disorders are all too common, and the need for appropriate care has never been greater.
NSD Therapy® can fix and reverse a bulging disc without surgery; contact an NSD Therapy® center today to start healing with lasting relief.
The best and most recommended form of spinal disc care is that rendered non-operatively. In other words, conservative care targets and fixes the spinal disc issue. Medication, spinal injections (steroidal injections), and even surgery are useless in the long run. Many have had to repeat injections, second and even third surgical interventions. Some take harmful medications, which often cause more harm.
You have a choice: Invasive or Non-Operative care! There are many forms of procedures when it comes to invasive methods of spine care:
- Invasive procedures such as injections
- Minimally invasive procedures such as keyhole surgeries
- Spinal laminectomies
- Spinal fusions
There are also different types of non-surgical methods available. The non-surgical procedures may include physical therapy (physiotherapy), acupuncture, chiropractic, or pain management (medication).
Research has a mixed review of all these procedures. Some chiropractors do well, while others can make your spinal disc worse.
Traditionally, treating a Slipped Disc (slip disc or herniated discs) has been difficult.
Aside from monetary gains, this simple fact is the leading reason why so many hospitals and surgical centers recommend surgery. Recent advances in robotic technology are making the once thought impossible possible. These advances led to the creation of highly sophisticated spinal decompression therapy devices that were impossible a decade ago. RxDecom® is a product of the recent advances in robotics and computer technology. As a result, spinal disc sufferer now has access to effective non-surgical bulging disc or herniated disc treatments. Thus, surgery is no longer the only option available to you. You may do even better without injections, radiofrequency ablation, and other forms of spine surgery for neck pain, back pain, or slip disc (slipped discs). NSD Therapy® is the option you need for a comprehensive non-operative recovery that lasts.
An evidence-based team of chiropractors and physiotherapists created NSD Therapy® systems and technologies to assist in the recovery of patients with spinal disc disorders (disc degeneration, bulging disc, herniated disc, and protruded disc) without surgery or injections. Before explaining the therapy and treatment options, it might do well if we spent some on spinal discs. There are 23 discs in the spine, six in the cervical spine (neck), 12 in the thoracic spine (upper and mid-back), and 5 in the lumbar spine (lower back). A disc has many functions; it serves as a connector of spinal bones, a spacer, shock-absorber, and a point for motion.
A spinal disc has two distinct types of cartilaginous fibers.
The fibers on the outer periphery of a disc are more rigid, while the spinal disc fibers in the innermost part of discs are softer cartilage. A disc bulge is also called a slipped disc (slip disc). Disc Bulge is the term given to a disc when the outer spinal disc fibers have collapsed and pushed beyond their confide boundary. When the outer fibers collapse, the softer inner fibers expand, which may force the disc to protrude (slip disc) even more.
A herniated or protruded disc (slipped disc) results from a tear in one or more of the outer fibers. The outer fibers of a disc maintain the inner fibers known as the Nucleolus Pulposus in the center of the disc. Tearing of the annulus fibrosus (outer fibers) leads to an unabated protrusion of the Nucleus Pulposus (the Inner fibers); hence a larger slipped disc (slip-disc).
Fix your disc bulge without injections & surgery
NSD Therapy® methods of care enhance treatments from physical therapists (physiotherapists) and chiropractors through advanced technology and research-based clinical practices. In short, NSD Therapy® can deliver better care when compared to any other form of treatment. To understand this better, let's look at a bulging disc.
A bulging disc is the first stage of a "Slipped Disc" (slip-disc). The sooner you get proper corrective care, the better the chances of avoiding surgery and complete recovery. NSD Therapy® provides you with the best and most advanced forms of targeted corrective care. NSD Therapy® is not a single treatment method but an advanced form of care incorporating the best chiropractic treatment, progressive physical therapy methods (physiotherapy), and targeted rehabilitation. It is better than chiropractic, physiotherapy, or rehabilitation, as it combines all.
The differentiating component of NSD Therapy® is the advanced technology. Some offer chiropractic, physical therapy, physiotherapy, or rehabilitation with varying degrees of success. When it comes to a disc bulge or a herniated disc (slipped disc), NSD Therapy® outshines the rest. NSD Therapy® has helped many that physical therapy or chiropractic could not help. Physical therapy and chiropractic are great but limited in success for bulging or herniated disc patients.
Neck, Back & Scoliosis Responds Well To NSD Methods Of Treatments?
NSD Therapy® gets better results because it combines chiropractic, physiotherapy (physical therapy), and more with breakthrough spine-specific therapy technology. NSD Therapy® provides advanced non-invasive treatments that repairs damaged joints and spinal discs for patients with:
- Degenerated discs
- Bulging discs
- Herniated discs
- Protruded discs & prolapsed discs
- Ruptured & extruded Discs
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Facet syndrome & facet mediated pain
- Post-surgical spine pain
- Failed neck and back surgery
- Radiculitis (pain, numbness & tingling in arms or legs)
- Weakness in arms or legs
NSD methods of spine care are an alternative to steroidal injections and surgery. Corticosteroid injections can relieve pain, but they don't fix the root causes of pain. Patients with bulging discs may have some symptomatic relief from steroids as they reduce swelling. Getting rid of slipped discs and disc bulges requires advanced methods of care that help retract the protruded or bulging disc. Please visit our conditions page to learn more on spine-related disorders treated through NSD Therapy®.
The Three Common Surgical Procedures For Disc Bulge
Surgeons offer different types of surgical interventions for bulging discs. Here are some of the common types of spine surgery offered to most with disc bulges:
Laminectomy or laminotomy: A procedure where one or both spinal laminas are removed to provide more room for the spinal cord or thecal sac. The Laminae are part of the spinal bone, one on each side, and form the back part of the spinal canal.
Discectomy & foraminotomy: Discectomy can be full or compete. Total discectomy is the complete removal of a spinal disc. Partial discectomy, as the name applies, is a partial removal of a bulged or herniated segment of the spinal disc. Discectomy for disc bulge is often partial and accompanies some degree of foraminotomy.
Foraminotomy is a surgical spine procedure that enlarges openings between the spinal bones (foramina) where nerves exit the spine. The aim of foraminotomy and discectomy for patients with bulging discs is to give the spinal nerves and spinal cord more room. These are not corrective procedures but rather a patch to alleviate symptoms of nerve compression.
Spine Fusion: Spinal fusions is rare for patients with disc bulge. However, some surgeons may still recommend them. In spinal fusion, the surgeon surgically fuses two or more spine bones with titanic plates and screws. In addition, the surgeon will also perform a discectomy and foraminotomy before surgical plates and screws are fixed.
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is the best method of evaluating a Spinal Disc.
The image above is a cross-section MRI of the low back (lumbar spine). The picture below identifies a large disc herniation (slipped disc). As you can see, the protruded or bulging component of the spinal disc is compressing sensitive nerves and the spinal cord (thecal sac).
Traditionally, many surgeons recommend surgical intervention, but now you can have this disabling condition treated non-surgically through NSD Therapy® protocols. NSD Therapy® has a proven track record of repairing severe neck and back problems. But, the sooner you start your care, the better.
The image above is a cross-section view of a severe slipped disc ( bulging & herniated disc). In the picture above, the slipped disc is causing a severe compression of nerves and thecal sac (Thecal sac is a membranous sheet of tissue that houses and protects the spinal cord). Symptoms of varying degrees can arise with the compression (impingement) of the thecal sac.
A compressed spinal cord or spinal nerves often leads to disability, paralysis, and other associated symptoms. All of which are avoidable by getting the proper care early. NSD Therapy® is the best and most comprehensive means of the non-surgical spine today. Don’t waste time on ineffective or questionable therapies. Get NSD Therapy® today for a healthier, active life. NSD Therapy® provides the best slip-disc treatment, including treatments for bulging discs, degenerated discs, herniated discs, and sciatica.