AGONIZING SPINAL DISC FAILURE?
Believe it or not, there is no such thing as a slipped disc, though most people use the expression when referring to spinal disc problems. Even doctors occasionally refer to agonizing disc failure as slipped disc, blown disc, and the like. The correct scientific term is herniated nucleus pulposus. But patients prefer to say slipped disc, so why not? In order to understand what happens in so-called slipped disc conditions, let’s take a look at what a spinal disc is. READ MORE
SRS THERAPY TREATS MANY CAUSES OF BACK PAIN
Look at the possible factors involved in back problems and back pain. Those listed here are just the tip of the back pain iceberg. Given the right conditions, any physical activity can bring on a back attack. Indeed, merely sitting, standing, or sleeping the wrong way can elicit back trouble.
No wonder eight out of ten persons suffer significant back pain at least once in their lifetime. For many, untreated back trouble becomes a permanent fixture. But few back pain factors stand alone. Nearly all are interrelated with several factors, and while many other maladies can be far more menacing, few surpass back pain’s ability to utterly incapacitate an otherwise healthy man, woman or child. Out of desperation many back pain victims find SRS Therapy for the first time, and that’s good. Otherwise many would have to live with chronic hack pain the rest of their lives. And that’s bad. READ MORE
NECK PROBLEMS TEND TO GET WORSE WITHOUT TREATMENT
Neck Problems are a real pain. While the design of the spine is most splendid, it is also very susceptible to the knocks, bumps, and jolts of everyday living. This is particularly true of the neck portion of the spine, that graceful body part between the head and shoulders called the cervical spine. There you’ll find a highly complex arrangement of muscles, ligaments, cartilages, blood vessels, nerves, spinal discs, and spinal bones (vertebras), along with the voice box, the windpipe, and the gullet, all fitting snugly into an area about the length of one’s hand. READ MORE