Non-Surgical Disc Herniation Specialists

About 2% of the American population experiences a herniated disc in a given year. Though herniated discs are common, not having them treated can keep you from your favorite activities.

What is a Hernidated Disc

Between each of your vertebrae is a soft, cushion-like disc. Each disc has a soft, jelly-like center and a tough outer shell.

If the jelly-like center pushes outward and breaks through the shell, it can place pressure on one or more nerves, causing pain and mobility issues.

A herniated disc can occur in any part of your spine, including the lumbar region (lower back), cervical region (neck), or thoracic region (the area of your spine between your waist and shoulders).

What are the symptoms of a herniated disc?


Pain or numbness on one side of the body


Unexplained muscle weakness


Tingling, aching, or burning sensations


Pain that extends into the arms and legs


Pain that’s worse after periods of sitting or standing

What Makes Our Back Program Different?

Integrated Wellness provides a thorough examination and diagnostic assessment in order to determine the cause of pain and customize a treatment plan for relief.

Embracing an integrated approach to healthcare, Integrated Pain Specialists may use therapies that include chiropractic care, spinal decompression, low back pain exercises, massage therapy, physical therapy, and more.

We are constantly striving to help every patient conquer low back pain through natural, drug-free interventions, in order to achieve optimal wellness.

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