Disc Degeneration May Co-Exist in Lower Back and Neck

neck disc pain spine pictureDo you have a degenerated disc in the lower back? You may have the same in the neck. Fort Wayne Chiropractic Radiological Center finds this is often the case in its Fort Wayne chiropractic practice and we strive to lessen both neck pain and lower back pain due to a degenerated disc.

Degenerative disc disease diminishes the disc's flexibility and size. This results in a narrowing of the spinal canal area where the spinal cord and spinal nerves lay. Pain is a common outcome.

Degenerated discs appear to be a systemic problem. (1) Degenerative disc disease is not isolated to one part of the spine as it turns out.

Researchers compared patients with a lower back disc herniation to healthy volunteers. 98% of those with lower back disc herniations were discovered to have disc degeneration in their necks while only 88% of healthy volunteers did. (2)

Don't worry if you've experienced lower back pain and haven't had an accompanying neck pain. Fort Wayne Chiropractic Radiological Center is quite experienced in relieving back pain due to disc degeneration. As a matter of fact, Fort Wayne Chiropractic Radiological Center treats lower back pain patients with herniations and degenerated discs - as well as neck pain patients who have the same - all the time in Fort Wayne.

Fort Wayne Chiropractic Radiological Center succeeds in relieving neck pain and lower back pain due to degenerative disc disease with chiropractic Cox Technic. This safe, gentle spinal manipulation method to back pain relief reduces intradiscal pressures and widens the spinal canal area. Its well-documented protocols may combine chiropractic treatment with other approaches like nutrition and exercise to control any pain due to disc degeneration.

 

Fort Wayne chiropractic Care Relieves Back Pain Due To Disc Degeneration

We're here to help. Contact Fort Wayne Chiropractic Radiological Center for relief, control and prevention of your Fort Wayne degenerated disc.

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