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Disc Pain Treatment

Disc pain treatment

Have you been told you have a :

Bulging disc
Slipped disc
Herniated disc
Degenerative wear and tear to the spine? 

A bulging disc is a symptom of postural imbalance, often built up over a long period of time.

According to Dr Norman Marcus, a leading New York Back Specialist, up to 40% of adults have a herniated disc and experience no pain, up to 70% have degenerative disc and once again, no pain.

The disc is often blamed for chronic lower back cases, and it explains why most back pain sufferers only experience short term temporary relief from the treatment they receive.

At Back Solutions of Richmond, Melbourne we address the root underlying cause of your disc pain.

Our first steps are to eradicate the painful tension in your lower back and ease the pressure on the disc and or nerves that the herniation is affecting.

We then commence to strengthen your body to allow the disc bulge to settle into a pain free position and ensure the pain doesn’t return..

For more information please call us today on 9909 9905 or book appointment online today.

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Back Pain
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Level 1 / 184 Bridge Rd
Richmond
(03) 9909 9905

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