|Disc Herniation pain can be |
helped with spinal decompression therapy
Mrs. X, my patient, was a case on it's own. She refused to modify or stop her vigorous Zumba and yoga workouts. Refused to take vitamins (made her get indigestion), refused to hydrate herself (have to go to the bathroom too often), and last, but not least refused to come in on a regular basis for spinal decompression therapy (2-3 times a week depending on the case), to ease her pain--which it did when she showed up. This is a patient with, per MRI, a 6-7 mm bulge in the low back with shooting pain in her leg.
So yes, spinal decompression therapy will be a failure if the person administering it does not know what to do. Yes, spinal decompression therapy is a failure if the patient doesn't follow the knowledgeable instructions and comply with life style changes that healing requires. Yes, spinal decompression therapy has to be done with some regularity and consistency to get results. Will spinal decompression therapy work for all spinal disc herniations? The answer is no, but in my clinical experience the odds are pretty good it will work with the right doctor administering the spinal decompression therapy and a patient who follows his instructions for healing.
I have been successfully treating injured backs and disc problems in Thousand Oaks for over 30 years in my family Chiropractic practice. I feel that spinal decompression therapy is a highly advanced and effective protocol when administered by a trained professional such as myself. If you are in the Thousand Oaks area and are interested in finding out if spinal decompression therapy can help your severe disc problems please give me a call at 805-496-4532.