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Disc Diseases

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Overview

Disc disease comes with a spectrum of treatment options for a patient today. Non-surgical treatment options are as follows: Physical therapy or Physiotherapy Chiropractic manipulative therapy (CMT) and other chiropractic treatments Osteopathic manipulation Anti-inflammatory medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or spinal injections epidural often provide adequate relief from the troubling symptoms. Surgery may be recommended if the conservative treatment options do not provide relief. Patient has increasing weakness or has bowel, bladder involvement.

Treatment

A prolapsing or an already prolapsed Disc disease comes with a spectrum of treatment options for a patient today.

Non-surgical treatment options are as follows:

  • Physical therapy or Physiotherapy
  • Chiropractic manipulative therapy (CMT) and other chiropractic treatments
  • Osteopathic manipulation
  • Anti-inflammatory medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or spinal injections epidural often provide adequate relief from the troubling symptoms.

Surgery may be recommended if the conservative treatment options do not provide relief. Patient has increasing weakness or has bowel, bladder involvement.