Offering herniated disc treatment including spinal decompression and physical therapy treatment
Physicians Rehabilitation Provides Minimally Invasive Herniated Disc Treatment
If you are among the millions of Americans suffering from neck or back pain, a herniated disc may be to blame for your symptoms. This condition, which occurs when the gel-like core of one of the spine’s cushioning discs spills into the spinal canal as a result of excess strain, can trigger a variety of disruptive symptoms and negatively impact quality of life.
I have a herniated disc. What are my treatment options?
Herniated disc treatment at Physicians Rehabilitation focuses on addressing pain from multiple angles. Our team includes specialists in orthopedics, interventional pain medicine, toxicology, internal medicine, and other disciplines who collaborate to develop individualized treatment plans for each patient. Based on the specifics of your diagnosis, such as your overall health and the degree of your injury, your ideal course of herniated disc treatment may include:
- Physical therapy
- VAX-D spinal decompression
- Chiropractic care
- Minimally invasive nerve block procedures
- And other advanced techniques
The goal of herniated disc treatment at Physicians Rehabilitation is to achieve maximum pain relief without extensive surgery or potentially addictive narcotics. We believe that, with the right technology and clinical approach, most cases of herniated discs can be successfully addressed conservatively or with advanced minimally invasive procedures that spare healthy tissues. Patients in our program visit us about 15 times over the course of six to eight weeks for strategically administered care. Even if other physicians have insisted that open spine surgery is your only viable herniated disc treatment option, we encourage you to contact Physicians Rehabilitation for a no-cost consultation. One of our physicians can confirm your diagnosis, evaluate your symptoms, and suggest a plan to get you back to life as quickly and safely as possible.