San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2010
There are now new treatment options available to end the pain associated with back pain. Spinal decompression therapy and chiropractic care in San Diego may put an end to the back pain. Those forced to quit because of frustrating back pain are finding new relief. At New Century Spine Centers in San Diego, the chiropractic doctor Carissa Hang, DC regularly treats patients with back pain right after starting an exercise program. “Exercise should not hurt” says Dr. Carissa Hang, DC. The Marines have a slogan that says, “Pain is merely weakness leaving the body.” That may be okay for preparing 18 year old men and women for battle, but it is not okay or the reality for the rest of us. No pain, no gain is simply an outdated approach that often leads to disaster!
The back doctors at the chiropractic office in San Diego have been successfully helping people get out of pain and back into the shape they’ve always dreamt about. They’ve literally helped hundreds of people in San Diego and California solve their pain and get back on track. Some had suffered miserably for years. Many back pain sufferers tried medical doctors, physical therapy, acupuncture, massage, pain pills, and yoga. Many times, nothing seems to work. Many had given up hope altogether until the back pain specialists at New Century Spine Centers in San Diego introduced the spinal decompression technology. At http://www.BackCareTreatment.com, people with back pain can watch the latest videos to fix their condition and undergo pain management.
There is a very good reason why many former neck and back pain victims due to disc injury are calling DRX9000 spinal decompression the cure they’ve been looking for. This amazing medical breakthrough is responsible for cracking the neck and back pain code for hundreds of former pain sufferers in San Diego and around the world. Many previous patients with back pain and sciatica have tried all sorts of treatments. Many were told that there is nothing that can be done for them and they are just going to have to live with the pain. After receiving spinal decompression therapy for their disc bulge and disc herniation, they are now living pain free.
There are primarily seven options for the treatment of neck and back pain. The first is medication and pain management. Whether medication is taken over the counter or prescribed, it all works in a similar fashion. Medication may temporarily ease pain and inflammation in the tissues surrounding the discs, but because discs don’t get an independent blood supply, medications will do nothing to heal the cause of the pain.
Other options are massage, acupuncture, and physical therapy. Massage is effective with muscle pain and dysfunction, and in some cases massage may ease the pain temporarily. However, massage simply can do nothing to change the cause of the problem when it is due to damaged and degenerated discs. Acupuncture has some success helping several different types of pain, but offers no solution to the cause of disc pain. Sticking a needle into the skin will do nothing for a bulging disc. Physical therapy uses exercises, which are simply contraction of muscles. Contracting muscles around a bulging or herniated disc can actually make the bulge or herniation worse by creating more pressure on the disc and pushing the weakened and injured disc material further out toward the nerves making the problem worse.
Chiropractic is incredibly successful with a multitude of conditions, especially neck or low back pain. In fact, studies show chiropractic to be a very effective treatment for conditions of neck or low back pain. When dealing with disc injuries however, chiropractic is best utilized together with spinal decompression therapy.
Spinal surgery is also a common procedure for disc problems, spinal stenosis and disc injuries. The 3 most common types of surgery for disc injury are discectomy, laminectomy, and fusion. A discectomy is when a surgeon takes a knife and cuts away the part of the disc that is bulging or herniating out pinching the nerves. In some cases this offers temporary relief as the physical pressure is temporarily off the nerves. The problem with this is the part of the disc that is cut out is the outer rings and this weakens the disc causing more problems. The pain returns because the problems were not addressed properly. A laminectomy is when the surgeon takes a tool and grinds the bone back away from the nerve. This may take pressure off the nerve itself. The problem is that bone grows back! Spinal fusion is another option for spinal stenosis but the results can be very poor.
One of the best known options for facet syndrome, disc problems, pinched nerves, sciatica and spinal stenosis is drx 9000 spinal decompression therapy. Clinical Studies show FDA cleared, non-surgical, drugless, and non-invasive spinal decompression therapy to be a successful treatment procedure for back pain. A free video about spinal decompression can be requested at http://www.SanDiegoBackPainTreatment.com. Spinal decompression therapy with chiropractic care targets the true cause of the pain.
Clinical studies have shown non-surgical spinal decompression to offer good or excellent relief in patients with herniated discs and degenerative disc disease. Studies have also showed reductions in disc herniations. Herniated discs were originally thought to be untreatable without surgery before the introduction of spinal decompression therapy and chiropractic care.
This advanced technology is available to eliminate back pain in San Diego once and for all. Spinal decompression therapy along with safe chiropractic care in San Diego relieves pain fast in many cases. Conditions that are successfully treated with spinal decompression by spinal chiropractors are degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, herniated discs, bulging discs, back pain, sciatica, facet syndrome, neck pain, and headaches.
To learn more about spinal decompression therapy combined with safe and effective chiropractic care, those interested can contact the back specialists at New Century Spine Centers in San Diego at 619-630-9153. Spinal decompression should be considered when suffering from back pain.
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