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What is Cervical Disc Herniation and how do we treat it?

Cervical disc herniation is NOT your run of the mill neck pain.  A herniated disc in your neck causes a deep. boring pain that often runs down in the shoulder, arm and sometimes even into the hands and fingers.  Often due to a past trauma, a cervical herniation can cause extreme pain and discomfort.  Things like grip strength issues, numbness, tingling and unrelenting pain are all signs you could have a disc bulge or herniation in your neck.

The good news is we are extremely successful in the treatment of this painful condition using the DRX-9000 to decompress these disc not only providing pain relief but lasting change from a healthier, happier disc!

 

   Many of our patients have already tried treatments such as physical therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, OTC medications, pain management, epidural injections, Rhizotomy, and nearly 50% of our patients have already had one spine surgery and are trying to avoid a second one.  As a matter of fact back surgery fails so often that there is an ICD-10 diagnosis code for FAILED SPINE SURGERY SYNDROME; 722.8.

 

If you have been diagnosed with a bulging or herniated disc and are tired of the pain that comes along with it please call our office and make an appointment so we can sit down and go over your case one on one.  Our doctors have over 33 years experience helping people beat this condition without drugs or surgery.  Let us see if we can help you too!

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SIGNS YOU MAY HAVE CERVICAL DISC HERNIATION:

  • DEEP BORING NECK PAIN

  • PAIN THAT TRAVELES INTO THE ARMS OR HANDS

  • NUMBNESS/TINGLING INTO THE HANDS OR FINGERS

  • GRIP STRENGTH LOSS

  • HEADACHES/MIAGRAINES

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