Ouch!

Injuries involving the intervertebral discs are typically extremely painful and can include symptoms such as numbness, tingling, and weakness into the upper or lower extremities.  While symptoms can vary significantly, all injuries to discs must be taken seriously. ...

Disc Injuries of the Spine

When the discs between vertebra are injured it can cause severe pain, numbness, tingling, and/or weakness in the neck, back, and into the extremities.  It is very important to properly diagnose if there truly is disc involvement.  There are a number of conditions that...

Be Strong!

The discs between your vertebrae are like jelly doughnuts; an outer fibrous material filled with a jelly-like substance.  If the disc is damaged the “jelly” can leak out and press on your nerves.  When this happens, it may cause severe pain, numbness,...

Do Not Rush to Surgery!

If you have been diagnosed with a low back or neck disc problem be sure to consider all of your treatment options.  Many times chiropractic care along with massage and acupuncture can resolve the issue without you having to go through an expensive, potentially...

Spinal Disc Injury?

The discs between your vertebrae can be injured in a number of ways.  The discs in your low back and neck are more likely to be injured than the ones in your mid-back.  Sometimes the discs will put pressure on the nerves that run down your arms and legs causing pain,...

Blown Discs

The discs in your spine act as shock absorbers between the vertebrae (back bones).  Sometimes the discs get injured and put pressure on nerves in your neck or low back.  This can cause pain, numbness, weakness or tingling sensations in your arms or legs.  If you are...
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