Non Surgical Herniated Disc Treatment

 By: Igor Stiler
In medical terminology, many terms are used such as bulging disc, pinched nerve, slipped disc or ruptured disc to describe herniated disc. Spine damage caused by disease, injury or normal wear and tear can lead to herniated disc. Herniated disc condition is the result of inflammation of the disc material caused by aging and compression on the nerve system.

Herniated disc can occur anywhere in the spine. Back pain is the most common symptom of a herniated disc. The treatment option for a herniated disc is chosen, depending on the nature of the patient’s pain and presenting symptoms. In most cases, the doctors opt to treat herniated disc in a non-surgical way.

At present, non-surgical herniated disc treatment is widely practiced since it offers positive results for patients with herniated disc. This non-invasive mode of treatment is intended to bring you back to your day-to-day activities by getting rid of the pain and other symptoms that have developed from the herniated disc. Use non-surgical herniated disc treatment to lift the pressure on the nerve roots. This treatment plan is not applicable for patients of all age groups. A combination of different non-surgical herniated disc treatment options is available, and this procedure works best and provides long term relief. Try non-surgical herniated disc treatment plan, which includes:

• A short period of bed rest as part of the treatment plan, followed by a gradual increase in activity
• Physical therapy and exercise program recommended by physical therapists/health professionals to promote circulation, strengthen and relax the muscles
• Medication to control inflammation and pain

Patients with herniated disc disease are relieved from their painful condition after undergoing non-surgical herniated disc treatment program for 6 or 7 weeks. Non surgical herniated disc treatment is economical and provides instant relief from herniated disc problems. As per the nature of the case, the treatment frequency varies. So it is generally suggested by professionals to restore normal movement and function.
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