Disc Pain Relief

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Finally! A gentle, safe, and effective treatment protocol for lower back pain caused by:

  • A bulging or herniated disc
  • Nerve impingement
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Degenerative Arthritic Changes
  • And more!

Keep reading to discover how to get lasting back pain relief even when no other treatments have worked.

Are you struggling with back pain that you’ve been told is caused by:

  • Arthritis / Osteoarthritis
  • Bone Spurs
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Herniated Discs
  • Bulging Discs
  • Spinal Arthritis
  • Unresolved pain from past injury

Ask yourself this question: “Why is it that we have experienced technological advancements that have led to new breakthrough treatments in cancer, diabetes, headache pain, and a whole list of conditions, yet lower back pain sufferers continue to battle with their pain with no sign of relief in sight?”

For many low back pain sufferers, their list of tried and failed treatments may include:

  • Anti-inflammatory drugs
  • Prescription pain medications
  • Over-the-counter pain meds
  • Heat
  • Ice
  • Hot liniment
  • Cold Liniment
  • Massage
  • Exercises
  • Stretching
  • Physical therapy
  • Surgery
  • Braces
  • Natural Supplements
  • Books
  • Self-help programs
  • The internet
  • Etc…

At Epic Healthcare & Physical Medicine, we provide an alternative solution to these “hit and miss” attempts at relieving back pain. We offer a non-surgical, comprehensive approach to treat back pain. We’ve combined our unique nonsurgical treatment with a collection of some of the most advanced technology and protocols to relieve back pain. And, to make sure that we’re not just another disappointment in your life like all the other failed treatments you’ve tried, we have designed a very non-invasive and extensive pre-treatment evaluation system that allows us to help determine who is an IDEAL candidate for our treatment (likely to respond well) and those who are not ideal (not likely to respond well).

This pre-treatment evaluation system will allow you to know BEFORE you undergo treatment whether you are likely to respond and saves you both time and disappointment if our pre-treatment evaluation determines you are not a good fit.

What Makes Our Lower Back Pain Treatment Protocols So Effective?

At our clinic, we use an advanced diagnostic technology to pinpoint WHERE inside your spine the pain is coming from, and exactly WHERE the treatment needs to be delivered.

This allows us to track the cause of your back pain right to the damaged nerve or muscle tissue. We can then provide back pain relieving treatment with a higher rate of success.  Unfortunately, most low back pain treatments don’t use this cutting-edge technology which leads to unpredictable results at best.

How Treatment Works: 3 Critical Components

There are critical components to our treatment system. These components come together to provide superior relief to our patients.

Critical Component #1: Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression

FDA cleared Spinal Decompression Therapy was developed to effectively treat lower back pain and sciatica resulting from lumbar herniated discs or degenerated discs. Spinal Decompression Therapy not only significantly reduces back pain in many patients, but also enables the majority of patients to return to more active lifestyles.

In the past, a patient suffering from a disc injury or disc problems was usually given pain medications for pain management, told to apply heat or ice, instructed to refrain from physical activities and lifting heavy objects, referred for physical therapy, and when they stopped progressing, they were sent for spinal surgery. In some cases, they may even be put on bed rest to relieve pressure on the spine. With Spinal Decompression Therapy, patients finally have a non-surgical solution to their back pain due to disc injuries.

Critical Component #2: Deep Tissue Trigger Point Therapy

Spinal decompression re-hydrates discs and reduces disc bulges and herniations while Deep Tissue Trigger Point Therapy improves circulation to the area including the damaged and affected muscle tissues around the injured joint. The Trigger Point Therapy works in conjunction with spinal decompression, or it can work by itself to provide relief for other aches and pains.

Deep Tissue Trigger Point Therapy relieves the painful and inflamed myofascial tissue around the spine and increases circulation to this area. This produces a cascade of healing responses in your body, reducing inflammation, thereby reducing or even eliminating pain.

Critical Component #3: Physical Rehabilitation

An important part of the long-term success of spinal decompression and our 3-step protocol is to strengthen and stabilize the spine. We will develop an individualized rehabilitation program with our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. This will help to ensure patients receive long-lasting and permanent success with even the most painful and debilitating conditions.

If you have lower back pain or sciatica, then you may be a candidate for this breakthrough treatment option for low back and disc pain relief. To find out if you’re a candidate, we’re offering a FREE Low Back Pain Qualification Screening. This qualification screening is highly specialized and will determine if you are an IDEAL candidate for this treatment. Best of all, this highly advanced treatment is covered by most major insurance companies.

Simply fill out the appointment request form and a member of our team will call you to confirm a time for your free screening appointment. You can also request an appointment by calling (972) 355-0083.


Disc Pain Relief Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different parts of the spine?

The spine is comprised of three major sections. The cervical spine is the upper part of your spine. It is made of seven vertebrae in your neck. Next is the thoracic spine which consists of twelve vertebrae in your upper and midback. The lower portion of the spine is called the lumbar spine. The lumbar area is typically made up of five vertebrae, but some people have six instead.

What is a slipped disc?

A slipped disc, herniated disc, or prolapsed disc are different names for the same condition. When injury or weakness allows the soft, gelatinous inner portion of your spinal disc to protrude outside of the tough outer ring it is referred to as disc herniation or a herniated, prolapsed, or slipped disc. This can lead to neck pain, shoulder pain, upper back pain, mid-back pain, and lower back pain. It can also cause referred pain in other areas of the body.

Our unique treatment protocol is a great option to treat pain from herniated discs. Call Epic Healthcare & Physical Medicine today at (972) 355-0083 to learn more about how we relieve herniated disc pain or request an appointment.

What is sciatica?

Sciatica is the name for pain radiating along the sciatic nerve. It generally only affects one side of the body at a time, though the sciatic nerve does branch and travel down both legs. When an injury, condition, or misalignment in the lumbar area of the spine puts pressure on and compresses the sciatic nerves then you will experience inflammation, nerve pain, and more.

What are the symptoms of sciatica?

Sciatica symptoms include moderate to severe pain, numbness, and discomfort in your lower back, buttocks, and down your leg. The pain typically worsens with movement. Your legs and feet may feel weak, numb, or tingly. The leg pain is often significant enough that you are unable to rest your weight fully on that leg.

What’s the difference between acute and chronic back pain?

Acute pain generally develops suddenly, usually the cause of an injury. It will usually resolve within anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. In some cases of acute pain, your body may just need to heal naturally. In other cases, you may need assistance relieving pressure on the spine and treating the injury. You may also need medication to relieve inflammation and physical therapy to improve blood flow and aid in reducing pain.

Chronic pain tends to develop gradually over time. It also typically becomes worse over time and may last for a long time or until treated. The cause of chronic pain may be more difficult to nail down since it’s not always clear when or why the pain originated. It could be the result of repeated heavy lifting, pressure on the spine, nerve pain, or even herniated disc pain. In order to relieve chronic pain, you need to understand and treat the cause of the pain.

Request an appointment with Epic Healthcare & Physical Medicine today at (972) 355-0083 to learn more about how we can help you with your chronic pain.

Why do I experience numbness and weakness in my arm muscles and joints?

If you’re experiencing numbness and weakness in your arms, then it’s a good idea to seek out a doctor or other healthcare provider. The doctor might suggest you first undergo some imaging or testing such as x-rays, an MRI, or a CT scan before moving on to treatment options. While it may be related to spinal nerves or discs, it’s best to rule out any other serious medical condition as well. If it turns out the weakness in your muscles is due to a problem with your spine, then Epic Healthcare & Physical Medicine can help.

How can a physical therapist help with back pain?

Physical therapists can help treat back pain by helping you learn and practice therapeutic exercise to help with your particular situation. They can also help you strengthen various muscle groups to provide more support to lessen and prevent pain. In addition, they practice myofascial release and trigger point therapy. If you’d like to learn more about how our physical therapists help treat and relieve pain, please give us a call at Epic Healthcare & Physical Medicine to request an appointment.

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