#City# non-surgical disc herniation treatment#Name# sees many {patients|people} weekly in our busy #City# chiropractic office who are {searching|looking} for relief from the pain and {agony|suffering|distress} they feel due to herniated discs. Our experience isn't unique; the {scientific literature|medical research|medical literature} {confirms|verifies} that {chiropractic|chiropractic care} is {an effective|a great|a successful} way to treat herniated disc {pain|problems}.

Don't Suffer! #Name# and Chiropractic Care Helps With Disc Herniation

One particular {research study|study|research project} involved 27 people, 8 male and 19 female, who had magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) confirming a disc herniation in either their neck or lower back. The {individuals|subjects|patients|people} {reported|documented} that they were experiencing pain, {reduced|limited} range of motion, and sensory {issues|problems} bad enough to keep them off work.

{During|Over} the course of the research {study|period}, the {participants|individuals|subjects} were {treated|managed} using one of two common chiropractic {methods|techniques|practices}: traction for herniated discs in the cervical area or flexion distraction for the {people|patients|men and women} who had herniation issues in the {lumbar area|low back}.

Each {person|individual|man or woman} was {treated|seen} four or five times per week for the first two weeks, then three times {weekly|each week}, and then as needed for the {rest|remainder} of the study. {Depending|Based} on the {severity|extent|seriousness} of the disc herniation, {treatment|therapy} {ranged|varied} anywhere from six weeks to six months, with MRIs being {conducted|carried out|performed} at {various|a variety of} stages to {determine|identify} what {effect|impact}, if any, the chiropractic care was having in regard to the disc herniation.

Research {Supports|Shows|Proves} Chiropractic Helps With Back Pain and Herniated Disc

The {researchers|authors|investigators} {found|discovered|reported} that 80 percent of the {participants|patients|subjects} {experienced|obtained|enjoyed} a "good clinical outcome," meaning reduced pain and a reduction in other {symptoms|issues}, such as numbness. {Additionally|Furthermore}, 77 percent of these {individuals|subjects|people|men and women} also showed MRI evidence that their disc herniation was either reduced or resolved completely. This resulted in 78 percent of the study {participants|subjects} being able to return to their place of {employment|work} and led the {researchers|authors} to conclude that {chiropractic|chiropractic care|chiropractic adjustments} is both "safe and helpful" for disc herniations.

If you have a herniated disc and suffer from chronic back pain and are near #Name# in #City#, contact our office today to see what chiropractic can do for you!

BenEliyahu, DJ. Magnetic resonance imaging and clinical follow-up: study of 27 patients receiving chiropractic care for cervical and lumbar disc herniations. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 1996;19(9):597-606.