Neck And Back Pain Treatment For Lasting Relief Without Surgery

Neck and back pain treatment through NSD Therapy® methods provides lasting relief without surgery or injections. Learn the beautiful benefits of NSD Therapy® for acute and chronic neck pain or back pain by contacting an NSD Therapy® center today!

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    Neck And Back Pain Causes & Best Treatment Options

    If you have neck and back pain, you are not alone! Millions of people suffer from acute or chronic neck and back pain needlessly. Neck and back pain can result from disorders of muscles, ligaments, joints, spinal discs, and pinched nerves. Muscular neck and back pain are usually self-limiting and easy to resolve.

    Neck pain and back pain resulting from ligament issues or more complicated than muscular aches and pains. Chronic and long-standing neck and back pain conditions that result from muscles or ligaments often lead to joint and spinal disc issues. Spinal joint problems in the neck or back, such as degenerative arthritis, result from muscular and ligamentous instabilities, injuries, or poor posture. A degenerated spinal joint is a serious condition needing urgent care and attention to prevent excessive or premature wear and tear.

    Spinal disc issues that cause neck and back pain results from soft tissue instabilities (chronic muscle and ligament problems), degenerative spinal joint (wear and tear arthritis), and degeneration of spinal discs. Wear and tear arthritis of the neck and back caused by injuries or muscle imbalances are the leading causes of poor posture and spinal disc regenerations.

    The function of spinal discs is to help with neck and back movements, Help absorb repetitive shocks experienced in daily life, provide weight-bearing support when standing or sitting. A degenerated spinal disc is a damaged disc that has lost hydration and cannot offer sufficient shock absorbance, assist with movement, or loadbearing postures or activities.

    What Is A Chronic Neck & Back Pain?

    By definition, chronic pain is a lasting pain that persists longer than it should. Chronic neck and back pain is classified as disorders that last weeks or tend to reoccur. Chronic back and neck conditions are annoyances that cause loss of motion and pain. A chronic neck pain or back problem can cause a dull aching sensation or a shock-like pain that runs into the arms or legs. Chronic back and neck problems can become debilitating when neglected are the leading cause of disability and persons under the age of 50. To recover, you need comprehensive therapy options to address all root causes for lasting relief without injections or surgery. The best treatment for chronic neck and back pain is through NSD Therapy® methods of care.

    NSD Therapy® Is the most comprehensive nick him back pain treatment program that focuses on ligaments, muscles, joints, spinal discs, and pinched nerves; Contact us today to learn more about your non-surgical options!

    Importance Of Comprehensive Neck And Back Care

    The best treatment for neck and back pain are non-invasive methods that address the actual cause of pain. Chiropractors and physiotherapists provide the primary non-surgical treatment for neck or back pain patients. However, you need chiropractors and physiotherapists who provide comprehensive or holistic therapy options to recover fully with lasting relief. The hallmark of a holistic treatment program for neck pain or back disorders is where all causes of neck or back pains get holistic or comprehensive treatments.

    Pain remedies, pain management, and short-term fixes of neck and back disorders fail to provide patients with lasting relief. Most chronic neck and back pain patients will continue to suffer from recurrent aches and pains that may become debilitating. Avoidance of debilitative aches and pains, including dull, shock-like pain or tingling in the arms or legs, is achievable with compressive therapy programs, such as NSD Therapy®.

    This article provides the best non-invasive therapy options for neck and back pain patients. The most common types of acute and chronic neck and back problems are:

    1. Muscle neck and back pains
    2. Neck pain & back pain caused by ligamentous issues
    3. Spinal joint disorders that cause neck and backaches & pain
    4. Neck and back disorders caused by degeneration of spinal discs
    5. Bulging & herniated discs in the neck or back (slipped discs)
    6. Pinched nerves that cause shooting neck and back pains

    Muscular Neck And Back Pains & Aches

    Three types of muscles in the human body:

    1. Skeletal muscles: Over 700 skeletal muscles, roughly adding up to 40% of one's body weight.
    2. Smooth muscles: Smooth muscles line the walls of our blood vessels and organs (viscera). These are involuntary muscles.
    3. Cardiac muscles: Heart or cardiac muscles help circulation by contracting and expanding the heart.

    The primary function of muscles is to provide movement, support, protect, and generate heat. Muscular aches and pains are not uncommon in adults and children. In most instances, painful aches and pains caused by muscle soreness or nothing to worry about should resolve without treatment. However, there are instances in which muscles can cause pain.

    Neck and back pains caused by muscle problems are often due to overexertion or trauma. Also, stress, dehydration, exertion, and sleep deprivation are known causes of acute and chronic neck and back pain.

    Rest and hydration is the best home remedy for acute muscular aches and pains involving the neck and back. Acute muscle pains due to an injury icing will further benefit from icing the area two or three times per day for 15 minutes. Ice will help reduce swelling and decrease pain. Resting and getting hydrated avoids aggravations and improves electrolyte imbalances. An acute muscular ache in pain that lasts longer than three days may require specialized treatment to prevent the development of chronic muscular conditions. Chronic muscle pain Is dangerous as it may lead to muscle damage or joint problems.

    Neck Pain & Back Pain Caused By Ligamentous Issues

    A ligament is a fibrous band of connective tissue that attaches bone to bone, farming joints and keeps them stable during movement and activity. A healthy ligament stabilizes the joint, holding the bones together to ensure that they don't misalign, get twisted, or pop out of position, causing them to subluxate or dislocate.

    Ligamentous laxity is a condition that describes weaknesses resulting from injuries or activities that cause excessive stretching. Laxity in the spine's ligaments, especially in the neck or back, causes joint instabilities that result from excessive motion. Common symptoms of ligamentous disorders in the neck or back include pain, numbness, tingling, and muscle spasms. The most common cause of ligamentous laxity (ligament weakness) is poor posture. Ligamentous laxity in the neck or back or serious issues that need attention. Neglecting them will cause degenerative arthritis and slipped discs.

    Neck and back pain patients with ligament issues need specialized methods of treatments and customized exercise programs to repair the damage and strengthen them holistically. Chronic spinal joint problems in the neck and back or the leading causes of degenerative disc disease (spinal disc degeneration).

    Spinal Joint Disorders That Cause Neck And Backaches & Pain

    Soft tissue disorders (muscles & ligaments), injuries, and poor posture or the leading causes of spinal joint diseases. Poor postures such as those experienced while texting, prolonged sitting, or improper sleeping positions place undue stresses on the soft tissues and joints of the spine.

    Tech neck or text neck are interchangeable terms descriptive of excessive in prolonged use of handheld devices such as mobile phones or pads. Poor postures with prolonged sitting or sitting while hunching forward place extreme stress on the spine's muscles, ligaments, and joints. Continued stresses on the spine will cause degenerative changes and spinal joints. Joint degenerations in the neck or back, commonly referred to as wear and tear arthritis, is an arthritic condition that causes stiffness and pain in the neck or back.

    Neck And Back Disorders Caused By Degeneration Of Spinal Discs

    Degenerative disc disease is the leading cause of slipped discs. A slipped disc is a general and non-specific term most used to describe disc bulge, prolapse, protrusion, herniation, or disc extrusion. Spinal disc degeneration is on a rapid rise! It was once a condition is seen and persons over 50. Unfortunately, nowadays, 20% of kids over the age of 11 have signs of spinal disc damage. The number one reason for the rapid rise in spinal disc degenerations is prolonged sitting and poor posture.

    Poor posture results from weak muscles and ligaments, and weak muscles and ligaments cause joint damage. We also reported patients with joint damage might develop spinal disc degeneration. It is worth mentioning that degenerative disc disease Rapidly increases spinal joint degeneration. In other words, joint damage leads to disk damage, and this damage leads to joint damage. Degenerative joint and disc disorder is a vicious cycle of events requiring comprehensive assessment and customized holistic neck and back treatment to stop their progression.

    Degenerated discs are often painless in the early stages. As the condition progress, it can cause aches and pains similar to two spinal joint issues—most reports stiffness in discomfort. Making back pain caused by spinal disc degeneration usually occurs with moderate or severe degenerative changes. A degenerated disc is a weak disc and the primary cause of slipped discs. Slipped discs such as disc bulge, herniation, and spinal disc rupture are the byproducts of spinal disc and joint damage.

    Bulging & Herniated Discs In The Neck Or Back (Slipped Discs)

    A slipped disc is perhaps the most severe consequence of neglected soft tissue (muscles & ligaments) or spinal joint problem. The term slipped disc is a loose term describing spinal disc damage Caused by swelling, protrusions, or ruptures. The spinal disc does not slip; they: 

    • Bulge
    • Prolapse
    • Protrude
    • Herniate or rupture
    • Extrude
    • And Fragment

    However, for simplicity, we will refer to them by the typical layperson term of slipped discs. The spinal disc is a resilient structure that can stand stress is placed on them throughout life. Our modern lifestyle, including poor posture, put our necks and backs in or the leading factors in developing slipped discs.

    Excessive use of cell phones or handheld gadgets is the primary cause of spinal disc damage in the neck. Improper sitting postures or hunting over computers and laptops is the number one reason for a slipped disc in the lower back.

    Understanding how a disc herniates or bulges (slipped disc) is not possible without knowing how a disc gets damaged. We have shared an informative video below to help you understand the actual cause or sequence of events that cause spinal disc damage and slipped discs:

    What Is The Best Treatment For Slipped Discs?

    Recovery from slipped disc requires specialized customized, comprehensive methods of treatment. Treating a slipped disc must target all causes that led to spinal discs damage, including disc bulge, herniation, or extrusions. NSD Therapy® is the best alternative to spine surgery or steroidal injections. Steroid injections and spinal surgery are not your best options for lasting neck and back pain relief caused by slipped or herniated discs. Surgery and steroid injections fail because they don't repair the root cause of neck and back issues that caused your slipped disc. Learn more on NSD Therapy® methods of slipped disc treatment by watching the short video we have provided below:

    Visit A NSD Therapy® Center Today

    You don’t have to have surgery to get your life back. NSD Therapy® works better than surgery, and it is much, much safer. It is a highly accurate and most soothing form of care you will ever get for a slipped disc, damaged discdegeneration, arthritis, and a host of other spinal conditions. In this section of our site, you can learn about some of the most common conditions that NSD Therapy® is the primary treatment option. If you are unsure of your illness or do not see your specific spinal condition, please email one of our panel providers today, and they will get back to you within 24 hours. Let our experts help you learn about better treatment options today!

    Neck And Back Pain Treatment With NSD Therapy®

    Are you struggling with neck pain or back pain? Yes, NSD Therapy® can help even the most severe neck and back pain sufferers. NSD Therapy® can help repair and fix a slipped disc (slipped disc) without surgery. NSD Therapy® offers you the best neck pain treatments to get rid of neck and back pain. Learn more about your non-invasive and non-surgical solution that your surgeon forgot to mention. Let us assist you in living a healthy, active life again.

    NSD Therapy® is specific to the spine. It is the most holistic of all spine treatment options or therapies. NSD Therapy® incorporates the best of chiropractic, physical therapy, physiotherapy, rehabilitation, exercise, nutrition, and technology for a better tomorrow. Don't opt for surgery before giving NSD Therapy® a chance. 

    If you are looking for the most efficient alternative to spinal surgery for neck and back pain: try NSD Therapy®. NSD Therapy® is a multi-prong system of specialized treatments for the neck and back. The care you get is provided outpatient for those suffering from neck or back pain. It has a higher success rate without any side effects. Unlike surgery, you do not need to be bedridden or go through a hospital stay. NSD Therapy® is not available in surgical units. It is a non-surgical spinal solution rendered in centers that help you avoid surgery or invasive procedures.

    Contact one of our NSD THerapy® centers to get more information on slipped disc, neck, and back pain treatment through advanced non-invite methods that fix and repair damaged tissues without surgery or injections.