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Aug 13 2012

Simply stated, the term “spinal decompression” describes the relief of pressure on one or many pinched nerves of the spinal column. Spinal decompression can be achieved both surgically and non-surgically and is used to treat conditions that result in chronic back pain such as disc bulge, disc herniation, sciatica and spinal stenosis. If you are suffering from any of these conditions, you may be a candidate for spinal decompression therapy, the leading alternative to invasive surgery.

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Aug 13 2012

As the summer wears on, are you tired of hurting while sitting on the bench, boat dock, or on your couch, while everyone else seems to be having fun? It’s time for you to seriously seek the advice and expert help of qualified and certified chiropractors for your pain. You think that your pain will just go away with a little medication or sleep. However, it’s still there in the morning. You need a diagnosis of the cause of the pain so that you can receive the specialized chiropractor services designed for your particular problems.

Chiropractor Services will result in:

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May 30 2012

Suffering from back pain or neck pain?

Did you know your pain may be caused by any of these top causes of discomfort?

Herniated and Bulging Disc:

Discs are located between the vertebrae (bones of the spine) and act as shock absorbers for the spine. The outer disc wall, known as the annulus fibrosis, surrounds a jelly-like center known as the nucleus pulposus. Through years of wear and tear, constant vibration or pounding, a slip and fall, coughing or sneezing, lifting and twisting or simply bending to pick up a piece of paper can cause a weakening of the disc wall and cause a bulge or tear which presses on surrounding nerves. This is a condition in which part or all of the soft, gelatinous central portion (nucleus pulposus) of an intervertebral disc is forced through a weakened part of the annulus fibrosis portion of the disc - resulting in back pain and nerve root irritation.

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