Common Chiropractic Issues: Disc Pain

Spinal discs are the rubbery pads between each of your vertebrae. They also act as the ligaments that hold your spine together.

Needless to say, your spinal discs are pretty important. Your discs and spine house your spinal cord, which is something you don’t want to get injured. Especially considering that your spinal cord and brain together make up your central nervous system.

Common disc pain centers around issues such as bulging discs, herniated discs, and disc protrusion.

These conditions can cause pain in several ways: One, it can cause pain central to the area of injury. Second, it can press against a nerve, sending shockwaves of pain to other areas of your body. The second issue is actually very common.

Common Issues

Some people experience a nagging pain underneath their shoulder blade. Some will experience pain in their arms or legs. Others may experience constant migraines. These are just some of the examples of how a disc injury can affect you. There are many more complex issues that can also arise from disc pain.

However, any one of these painful episodes can ultimately affect other areas of your life including work, family time, walking your dog, and sleep.

Living with pain should never be accepted. Especially when you can find relief through chiropractic therapy.

Finding Relief

Your goal for recovery should always be to determine which type of disc injury you are suffering from, and which treatment will give you the best results possible.

A qualified chiropractor is able to easily diagnose the type of disc pain you are suffering from and determine what the best options are for you.

If relief is what you are looking for, contact us today to schedule a visit. Please don’t wait another minute. Relief is just a phone call away.

 

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