Suffering from lower back, buttock, or perhaps leg pain and you've been told its cause is degenerative disc disease? In Carrolltown, Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation treats patients akin to you all day, every day in clinical practice. Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation offers relief of degenerative disc disease pain under chiropractic treatment is based on the following information.
Degenerative Disc Disease Changes How You Move
When a disc degenerates, it alters the normal motion and movements of the lower back or neck. Do you find that you cannot move your spine as smoothly and completely when you have lower back pain?
Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation looks at this problem as follows. Spinal motion occurs at certain joints named facet joints. The intervertebral disc is in front of these joints.
A normal disc accepts 90% of the weight bearing of the entire body when we stand, sit or move the spine.
A degenerative disc (one that has lost its flexibility and shrunk in size) forces the facet joints to carry much more than the 10% they normally do.
Under such compressive pressure, the facets become painful and lose their normal movements. You don't move like you used to.
Degenerative disc disease modifies normal motion of your spine. (1) Patients with disc degeneration show abnormal motion in parts of the spine like...
- More side bending movement.
- Less rotation in the upper part of the low back when bending forward and backward at the waist.
- More twisting and rotation in the lower part of the low back.
Such increased rotational motion at the level of the spine where degenerative disc disease occurs also causes neighboring levels of the spine to degenerate as well. This is the "snowball effect" of degenerative disc disease; it keeps going.
Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation has a relief plan to slow it down, halt pain and return motion.
Give Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation a Month (or so, sometimes); Get Pain Relief and Improved Motion
Carrolltown's degenerative disc disease chiropractic center returns your motion. Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation relieves pain due to degenerative disc disease with chiropractic spinal manipulation in 12 visits and 29 days on average according to published research about lower back pain relief. Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation treats degenerative disc disease by returning and maintaining normal ranges of motion of the spine.
Your treatment plan may include Cox Technic, nutrition to reduce disc degeneration and stimulate disc regeneration, and exercises to maintain normal muscle strengths and ranges of motion of the spine to prevent more disc degeneration and relieve pain.
Read more about degenerative disc disease or just contact Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation today!
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