Disc Herniation Treatment For Herniated & Slipped Disks

Disc herniation treatment through NSD Therapy® offers the most comprehensive non-surgical slipped disc treatment for herniated discs

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    Disc Herniation: Cause, Effect & Best Treatment

    In this report, we will cover disc herniation treatment, causes, effects. The primary cause of a herniated disc, also known as a slipped disc, is degenerative changes within the spinal disc. Disc degeneration results when the inward flow of nutrients into the spinal disc is interrupted or diminished.

    The leading cause of disruption in the flow of nutrients is prolonged sitting (axial load-bearing), excessive bending, or twisting of the spine. Axial load-bearing activities such as sitting increase the pressure inside the spinal disc, and an increased pressure results in the breakdown of proteoglycans.

    Proteoglycans are the essential compounds that repair and maintain the spinal disc, preventing degenerative changes. Proteoglycans are readily available compounds throughout the body. However, proteoglycans present in the circulatory systems are too big to enter the spinal discs. The spinal discs must make or synthesize the proteoglycans from the nutrients the spinal disc receives.

    Manufacturing of the proteoglycans is difficult for a damaged or degenerated disc. To make or synthesis the proteoglycan compound the pressure, the spinal disc must be depressurized. The process of depressurizing a spinal disc is not possible without specialized therapy devices combined with integrative methods of physiotherapy combined with non-rotatory chiropractic specific for disc herniation treatment.

    What Are The Effects Of A Herniated Or Bulging Disc?

    Herniated and bulging discs are dangerous conditions as they compress the spinal cord in spinal nerves. Compression or impingement of the spinal cord or spinal nerves are the primary reason for nerve damage. A damaged spinal cord or spinal nerve is the leading cause of paralysis and disability in persons under 50. In short, the most harmful and worrying aspect of a herniated disc is nerve damage and paralysis.

    How To Repair A Slipped Disc With Non-Surgical Herniated Disc Treatment?

    In the non-surgical repair of a slipped disc (herniated for bulging disc), treatments must focus on increasing the inward flow of nutrients to synthesize proteoglycans. Increasing the flow of nutrients needed to synthesize proteoglycans is vital to repairing damaged and torn spinal discs. In addition to improving the nutrient content of the disc, therapy must also include therapeutic procedures to help Improve ligament, muscle tone and realign any misaligned spinal joints. In short, the disc herniation treatment you get must be comprehensive for it to give lasting relief from pain.

    NSD Therapy® is the most holistic or comprehensive integrative neck and back pain treatment system that focuses on spinal discs, ligaments, muscles, nerves, and spinal bones.

    Neck & Back Pain Treatment For Slipped Disc Patients

    Non-surgical disc herniation treatment of the neck in the back needs specificity and advanced therapeutic technologies from an integrative team of chiropractors and physiotherapists. By combining advanced methodologies of spine care with breakthrough technology, chiropractic, physiotherapy, and rehabilitation, you significantly improve the success rate of your herniated disc treatment program. In other words, consider NSD therapy® if you are looking for lasting relief that fixes and repairs the root causes of your herniated disc or slipped disc.

    Spinal disc disorders such as disc herniation (herniated disk, slipped disc) are becoming a common health issue in otherwise healthy young individuals. Our modern lifestyles are much to blame for the rapid rise in frequency and severity of a slipped disc (disc herniation or slip disc). Today, the most common culprit of a herniated disk is prolonged sitting.

    A herniated disc can become a severe spinal disorder impacting the quality of life. Generally speaking, chiropractors, physiotherapists, and spinal surgeons have failed to provide sufferers with lasting relief. Some have even had several surgical interventions, but yet they live in pain. Hypertrophy of ligamentum flavum is a common finding in patients with a herniated disc. NSD Therapy® was launched to provide an effective alternative to surgical and invasive spinal procedures. 

    Herniated Disc or Ruptured Disc is the Most Common Cause of Disability in Those Under the Age of 50!

    Now for some good news: NSD Therapy® can offer you an avenue for repair, relief, and stability that was unavailable a decade ago. That is correct; you no longer have to live with a herniated disc or have spinal injections or surgical interventions for recovery.

    NSD Therapy® was launched to assist doctors and therapists in diagnosing and treating disc herniation without surgery or injections. Even a severe herniated disc (ruptured disc) is treatable through NSD Therapy® methods, systems, and technologies. The practices of care through NSD Therapy® incorporate many well-researched chiropractic treatments, physiotherapy (physical therapy), specialized spinal rehabilitation, nutrition, lifestyle changes, and much more.

    NSD Therapy® treatment given is through the collaborative efforts of clinically advanced Doctors of Chiropractic and the best Physiotherapists (Physical Therapists). Their combined collective efforts and advanced therapeutic technology provide relief and even a reversal of disc herniation or ruptured discs.

    The spinal disc is a highly specialized structure with a unique build-in system for maintaining homeostasis. No other structure in the skeletal system is as specialized and self-sustaining as a spinal disc. The Only thing the spinal disc requires is a constant flow of nutrients. When the nutrient flow to a spinal disc is interrupted, it stops the spinal disc’s self-regulating repair and maintenance properties. NSD Therapy® re-enables the self-regulatory mechanisms by increasing the blood flow to the disc. Increased blood flow allows the spinal disc to obtain the nutrients it needs for repair and maintenance.

    What is the Most Common Cause of a Damaged Disc (Bulges or Protrusions)?

    Slipped discs (bulging disc, disc herniation, disc protrusion, disc prolapse, and disc extrusion) are treatable without surgery–they can be repaired, fixed, and reversed! Contrary to the common belief, a Slipped Disc (disc bulge, disc herniation, disc protrusion, disc prolapse, or disc extrusion) is a progressive disorder, taking some time to surface and develop. There must be some degenerative changes present for a disc to herniate or protrude (slip) as healthy spinal discs do not “slip” or herniate. In short, Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD or Disc Degeneration) is the most common cause of disc herniation (slip disc, slipped disc, or herniated disc).

    Numerous published articles cite the mechanisms of disc degeneration, disc bulges, and disc herniation. The link to disc degeneration and a slipped disc is disc hydration and nutrition. Spinal discs are an avascular structure; for them to survive: they must obtain the needed nutrients (blood flow) through the process of diffusion. Required nutrients such as oxygen, water, amino acids, and sugars are necessary to maintain the proper health of a spinal disc: if you wish to learn more about how a disc gets damaged

    Prevent Disc Herniation (Slipped Disc) By Keep Your Spinal Disks Healthy

    Diffusion is the process through which a spinal disc brings in the needed nutrients. The method of diffusion takes place across the vertebral endplate. The vertebral endplate is part of a spinal disc. A vertebral endplate is about 1mm thick and situated above and below each vertebral disc.

    For a spinal disc to stay healthy, it needs a non-acidic environment and plenty of nutrients. When the flow of nutrients to disc cells is interrupted, the spinal disc will dehydrate and starve. Spinal disk starvation and dehydration are known as “disc degenerations” or degenerative disc disease.” Degenerative disc disease is the precursor to a slipped disk (slip disc). A Degenerated disc is a frail disc that will ultimately succumb to daily stresses and herniate.

    Degenerative Disc Disease a Precursor to Herniated Disc

    According to researchers, a degenerative disc almost always results in a slipped disk unless proper hydration and sufficient nutrient levels are re-established. Once a disc herniates, it compresses the sensitive fibers of the spinal cord or spinal nerves. Compression of these fibers can lead to local or radiating pain of varying intensity. The most detrimental aspect of disc herniation (herniated disc) is not the pain caused by the compression but rather a prolonged spinal cord or nerve compression.

    The spinal cord and the spinal nerves are vascularized structures, and tiny vessels within the spinal cord and spinal nerve provide the nutrients needed for that nerve to function. When a nerve is compressed, it impedes the flow of nutrients or, worse, stops it altogether: leading to degeneration and possible necrosis (death of cells) of the nerves: causing life-long neurological impairments.

    NSD Therapy® systems of care are developed using the latest published research, backed by advanced technology, and rendered by a collaborative team of better Chiropractors and physical therapists (physiotherapists). It is the most holistic, highly specialized, and most effective non-surgical slip-disc treatment option. NSD Therapy® is the most effective spine therapy method in the world. If you want to cure the slipped disc, consider NSD Therapy®. A 100% cure for a disc disorder is not possible, but NSD Therapy® can help reduce pain and even assist your recovery better and faster when compared to other methods or systems of treatments. To learn more about the effectiveness of NSD Therapy® for a disc herniation, please go to this page.