As we age, the spongy discs that cushion each vertebrae of the spine can lose flexibility. This can lead to a herniated disc when a disc becomes damaged. Herniated discs can also be caused by an acute injury to the spine, and the condition can become painful if the damaged disc presses on the nerves running along the spine.
Chiropractic care can address many issues related to the spine, including the pain caused by a herniated disc. With the guidance and expertise provided by Advanced Spine & Rehab, the pain and the uncomfortable sensations caused from a herniated disc will be diminished.
Even if you’re not sick, regular chiropractic care maintains the integrity of the spine and nervous system to help prevent health problems.
With the guidance and expertise provided by Advanced Spine & Rehab, chiropractic care can address many issues related to spine specific rehabilitation.
Massage Therapy is an amazing treatment to release tension in the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves using a variety of hands-on techniques.
Spine specific rehab is key to good spinal care. Chiropractic manipulation can help many spine related conditions. However, when spine rehab in the form of neck, mid back, low back and core exercises, are used in conjunction with manipulation the benefit is much higher. When the spine learns to function better with rehab, there is greater function and a decreased risk of injury. Simple daily exercises can be utilized to strengthen the spine and prevent dysfunction. We would love to schedule a consult with you to discuss your needs and help you achieve greater spinal health. Dr. McKnight has specialty training from the national academy of sports medicine. He has created many spine rehab protocols. These include neck protocols, shoulder protocols, low back protocols, pre-surgical protocols, and post surgical protocols.