Can chiropractor diagnose slipped disc?
Chiropractic care encompasses the overall health of the spine, and if something else is wrong, it could cause a herniated disc. A chiropractor will also test your reflexes if he or she suspects a herniated disc.
Can chiropractic help bulging disc in back?
Yes! Chiropractic care is the preferred treatment method for many patients suffering from a bulging disc. It is non-invasive and does not require drugs or injections of any kind. Chiropractic can help provide you with improved mobility, decreased pain, and overall better quality of life.
Can a slipped disc be pushed back in?
So the fact that you can’t feel it means that you can’t tell if they are ‘out’, calcified or anything else and for the same reason you can’t just push discs back into place. Even if you could push on them, the problem then would be that they are very hard structures that don’t move easily.
What is best treatment for slipped disc?
Lumbar herniated disc treatments
- Physical therapy, exercise and gentle stretching to help relieve pressure on the nerve root.
- Ice and heat therapy for pain relief.
- Manipulation (such as chiropractic manipulation)
- Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen, naproxen or COX-2 inhibitors for pain relief.
Can you massage a bulging disc back into place?
Deep Tissue Massage: There are more than 100 types of massage, but deep tissue massage is an ideal option if you have a herniated disc because it uses a great deal of pressure to relieve deep muscle tension and spasms, which develop to prevent muscle motion at the affected area.
Are bulging discs permanent?
One of the most significant complications of a bulging disc is permanent nerve damage. Without treatment, compressed nerve roots in the spine can be permanently damaged, leading to chronic pain, weakness, and loss of sensation.