disc pain

Advanced stages can become a disc herniation. A herniation
occurs when there is a tear in the outer disc annulus which
allows the soft central nucleus pulposus to bulge out. It is
normally a further development of a previously existing disc
protrusion, a condition in which the outermost layers of the disc
annulus are still in tact, but can bulge out when the disc is under
pressure. Both of these stages may cause intense low back pain,
leg pain and gluteal pain. Numbness and muscle weakness may
also occur.

Treatment plans for this condition will include gentle chiropractic
adjustments and spinal decompression with the Cox®7Table™.

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