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Thayer Chiropractic Method for Herniated Discs

Written By So Cal Chiropractic on February 5, 2021

rsz backpain2Back pain is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. Out of every 1,000 cases seen by professionals, it's believed that herniated discs cause anywhere between 5 and 20 of these cases.

What are Herniated Discs? 

Your spine is made up of 24 vertebrae, and in between those vertebrae are softs discs. These help to cushion the vertebrae as you move throughout your day, protecting your delicate spinal cord. Occasionally, these discs can slip out of place and begin to irritate the surrounding nerves, causing extreme pain. 

Herniated discs can be caused by several things, including:

  • Being overweight
  • Trauma/accident
  • Sports injuries
  • Degenerative diseases, etc.

Herniated Disc Treatment with the Thayer Chiropractic Method

Traditional medical treatments for herniated discs tend to fall short in treating patients' pain at the very source. While medications have their time and place, herniated discs can often be treated by chiropractic methods, such as the Thayer Chiropractic Method.

The Thayer Chiropractic Method for herniated discs focuses on bringing balance back to the head and neck, therefore helping to rebalance the spine as well. When your head is off-balance, it causes your skull to jut forward ever so slightly. While that may not seem like a big deal, that small change increases the skull's overall weight by 8-12 pounds.

That is a significant amount of weight that your neck now has to carry, which further throws off your spinal balance. The Thayer Chiropractic Method helps by bringing the skull back into proper placement, relieving the strain on your neck and allowing your spine to return to its natural positioning. During this process, your herniated discs start to return to their normal placements as well. 

Get Treatment for Your Herniated Disc with Your Costa Mesa Chiropractor

Don't let your herniated disc pain control your life. Here at So Cal Chiropractic, we understand just how debilitating this condition can be. Instead of learning to "deal with the pain," treat the pain at its source and return to your life.

Looking for herniated disc treatment? Then call our office today at (949) 548-7767 or email us for an available appointment time at [email protected]

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