Suffering from a disc herniation in Wexford Pa or the Pittsburgh area?
Have you tried the best herniated disc treatment around? It’s called VAX-D Therapy and has a very effective percentage of recovered herniated disc patients who are back to living their normal lives after treatment.
VAX-D Therapy treats herniated discs by creating a negative pressure in the disc causing it to go back to a better and more functional shape prior to therapy.
As a matter of a fact, the FDA has one Class II device that is approved to the medical treatment of herniated discs and that is called VAX-D Therapy.
It is the only medical device of it’s kind and is not a chiropractic technique but rather a medically approved back physical therapy that has been found to be exceptionally effective in bettering or completely dissolving the back pain caused by disc herniation in over 70% of our patients.
How do you know you have a disc herniation?
A herniated disk is when the disks or cushions between your back bones (vetebrae) has a problem and causes a pressure to be placed on the nerve root of your back causing mild to severe pains.
The disk are filled with a jelly like substance that absorb the shock of everyday movement and physical tasks. When the herniated disc is slipped or ruptured, it can have the jelly like substance push through a crack and press or irritate the spinal nerves.
This pressure then creates weakness, numbness or severe pain in a variety of locations in the body depending on the nerves affected.
The majority of herniated discs and bulging discs are found in the lower back of patients and some patients may have the disc herniation and not show localized symptoms.
At our Chiropractic Clinic in Wexford, we believe that many people undergo unnecessary back surgery for herniated discs. Our VAX-D Therapy has eliminated the need for discectomy or herniated disc surgery in a larger majority of our patients.
Signs and Symptoms of a Herniated Disk:
Schedule an appointment with our back pain doctor if you have these symptoms or have severe pain that travels down your arm or leg that comes with numbness or tingling.
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