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Disc Disorders 


Discs are the water and cartilage pads that separate, cushion and connect the vertebrae that make up your spinal column. They serve as shock absorbers between each of the vertebrae and are constantly subjected to the pull of gravity and the torque from everyday movement. Disc problems can be the result of water consumption, genetics, poor posture, the normal “wear and tear” of aging, and injury.

Disc function is greatly affected by the alignment of the spine. A structural imbalance can force a disc to bulge, protrude, or herniate. When discs herniate they then will result in contact with the nerves and cause pain not only locally but down arms and legs.

Can you help?


This common back problem is one we see frequently. We effectively treat disc degeneration or herniation by realigning the vertebrae and returning the spine to its normal range of motion, thereby reducing the pressure on the discs and spinal joints. Proper range of motion and positioning allow the discs to heal in cooperation with non-surgical spinal decompression therapy which is shown to

reduce the symptoms of disc disorders by 86%.

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