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Posted on 03-01-2017
Here at Schroder Chiropractic, we treat herniated discs without medication, which can be addictive and expose you to negative side effects. If you suffer from a herniated disc, learn how a chiropractic technique called spinal decompression can help.
While some individuals have no symptoms of a herniated disc, many feel pain. Symptoms that suggest your back pain could be a herniated disc include:
If you experience any of these symptoms, our chiropractor in Franklin TN can give you an exam and diagnosis, and then provide natural treatment. Unlike conventional treatment, chiropractic care of a herniated disc is non-invasive and has no lengthy recovery period.
Conventional treatment of a herniated disc generally consists of back surgery to relieve the problem. Of course such a procedure comes with a lengthy recovery, time out of work, expensive medication and hospital bills, and a major disruption of your daily routine. Given that there is a less expensive, less invasive, and easier option with chiropractic care in Franklin TN, doesn't it make sense to see a chiropractor before you go under the knife?
Spinal decompression is proven to relieve a herniated disc. Approved by the FDA, this treatment uses a special decompression table to stretch the spine. A compressed spine experiences a great deal of pressure that leads to slipping or bulging of the spinal disc. By slowly stretching the spine, our Franklin TN chiropractor decreases pressure so your disc can go back to its proper place.
Treatment time frames vary on a patient by patient basis. However, there is no question that spinal decompression is less invasive than back surgery, and just as effective if not more so!
Our Franklin TN chiropractor is presently accepting new patients. To reserve an appointment, and learn more about spinal decompression for a herniated disc, please call us today!
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