Herniated discs wrecking havoc on colorado springs
We had no idea how many Colorado Springs herniated disc patients there were in until we bought two pieces of equipment specific to solving the pain and symptoms associated with herniated discs.
The phone started ringing with one story after another, and evil little herniated discs were the culprit.
A herniated disc can create the worst pain you have ever had in your life. It can be debilitating. Some patients can no longer feel their legs. Some can't walk. Some are confined to wheel chairs or crutches.
Your health care solutions are limited by often ineffective, expect for one type of treatment that we offer a Thrive Health Systems.
The chain of events for patients suffering from a herniated disc are that they try: 1) Bed rest, 2) Over-the-counter medication, 3) Heat and Ice, 4) Gadgets and gizmos on tv like, "Back2Life," 5) then they set an appointment with their primary care physician who often recommends physical therapy which often addresses the muscle but not the disc, 6) anti-inflammatory injections, which may work once or twice but never address the cause, they wear off, and it damages the tissues so docs only administer 3 or so treatments, 7) and then they begin considering surgery.
Before you commit to these options, take us up on our 2 free laser and spinal decompression treatment option to see if it can work for you, as it has worked for thousands of other people. As one patient said, "It kept me away from the long arm of the knife."
These two treatment protocols have been the most exciting of treatments for herniated discs that we have researched, read about, heard about from patients or experienced. It has a startling success rate for qualified patients.
Call today for your 1st free treatment.
Cervical vs low back herniated disc
Herniated discs are most commonly found in the low back, but second to that is the cervical spine (neck). If you are losing feeling in either your arms or legs, you may have a herniated disc.
Other symptoms can include burning, tingling, numbness, and pain.
Our treatment protocol can be used on both the neck and the low back. Thoracic disc injuries are the rarest, but we have treatments that can help with that as well.