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How Spinal Decompression Can Help With Herniated Discs

Written By Spine and Rehabilitation of Morris, LLC on April 22, 2022

chiropractor explaining herniated discs to patient

A herniated disc is often a result of disc degeneration. Whether it be from an accident or aging, when part of the spinal disc pushes through a tear in the lining of your spine, it can cause intense pain and discomfort. 

Chiropractors are experienced at treating not only the symptoms of herniated or pinched discs, but also guiding them back into place to help you avoid surgery. Spine and Rehabilitation of Morris helps Cedar Knolls patients like you get back on their feet after a herniated disc injury.

How Chiropractors Treat Herniated Discs

A herniated disc can put pressure on the nerves in your spine, causing severe pain or numbness in the back. Seeking chiropractic care early on can ensure that your injury heals correctly, so you can get back to doing the things you love.

Our chiropractic office evaluates your condition and tests your range of motion. We will gauge the severity of your herniated disc and devise a treatment plan that works specially for you. Not every patient is the same, which is why we do not take a “one size fits all” approach to chiropractic care.

Spinal decompression involves stretching the spine and manipulating it into the proper place. Spinal decompression helps your body move the herniated disc back into place and speeds healing, all without the need for surgery or addictive painkillers. Not only is our chiropractic care natural, but it works to prevent your issue from worsening in the long-term.

Spinal Decompression for Disc Pain in Cedar Knolls

Dr. Larry Goldfarb is the founder and driving force behind Spine and Rehabilitation of Morris. Our state-of-the-art rehabilitation center specializes in treatments for sports injuries, chronic pain resolution, and nutrition. Dr. Goldfarb has more than 37 years of experience giving Cedar Knolls patients practical treatments for their herniated discs. If you suffer from disc pain, don’t let it stop you from doing the activities you love. Seek professional treatment and get back on your feet.

Contact Spine and Rehabilitation of Morris at (973) 359-4400 to schedule an appointment. 

Posted In: Chiropractic Spinal Decompression Low Back Pain Herniated Discs