Lumbar Disc Herniation Relief
Disc herniation of the lumbar spine is an often debilitating condition caused by various factors related to wear and tear on the discs of the lower back. Whether it’s an injury from work, playing sports or just getting older, CARESPACE Health+Wellness can help.
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Read About Lumbar Disc Herniation
Read the CARESPACE articles below to learn more about lumbar disc herniation.
- How Long Does Lumbar Disc Herniation Take to Heal?
- How to Treat Lumbar Disc Herniation
- How Long Does Lumbar Disc Herniation Last?
- Lumbar Disc Herniation Symptoms
- Stages of Lumbar Disc Herniation
- Foods to Avoid with Lumbar Disc Herniation
- Causes of Lumbar Disc Herniation
- Does Lumbar Disc Herniation Go Away On Its Own?
- Does Lumbar Disc Herniation Hurt All the Time?
CARESPACE is less than 10-minutes away
Good news – if you’re looking for lumbar disc herniation treatment near you and are in the Kitchener Waterloo area, there’s a CARESPACE multidisciplinary clinic less than 10-minutes away (book by selecting a discipline below). And even better, our evidence-based team is driven to get the results you want so you can be your best.
There are many causes of lumbar disc herniation
Disc herniation of the lumbar spine is an often debilitating condition caused by various factors related to wear and tear on the discs of the lower back. These can include degeneration due to aging, trauma to these discs, decreased blood supply, or a combination of all three. Treatment for disc herniation may be recommended by chiropractors, physiotherapists, and massage therapists to reduce pain and inflammation. Physical exercises such as stretching and strengthening can also be beneficial in treating this condition.
CARESPACE can help your lumbar disc herniation
We all know that health and wellness is important, but with so many competing priorities, it’s hard to stay on top of it. CARESPACE uses a result-oriented, natural approach to rehabilitation and wellness with your choice of Chiropractic, Massage Therapy and Physiotherapy. CARESPACE practitioners work together to understand both your primary concerns and long-term health goals. Multidisciplinary evidence-based plans are designed to address the root causes and are developed to provide fast and long-lasting relief to ensure you can start living your healthier life today.
What is lumbar disc herniation?
Lumbar disc herniation is a condition caused by the displacement of the soft nucleus, or spongy center, of a spinal disc located in the lumbar region of the back. Depending on the size and location of herniation, this can result in sciatica—pain, weakness, or numbness that radiates down one or both legs.
What are the symptoms of lumbar disc herniation?
Common symptoms of lumbar disc herniation include pain or numbness radiating down one or both legs, muscular weakness in the area of the affected nerve root, difficulty walking or standing, localized pain when sitting for long periods of time, and shooting pains when changing positions. These symptoms vary between individuals based on the location of the herniated disc, as well as its size and content.
What are the treatments for lumbar disc herniation?
Treatment for lumbar disc herniation is typically non-invasive. Most people experience noticeable improvement with chiropractic spinal manipulation, physiotherapy and massage therapy. Adjustments of the spine often exceeds pain relief levels as chiropractors collaborate with the patient to optimize movement and posture. Physiotherapy modifications to both activities of daily life and recreational activities help speed recovery. Massage therapy is generally used for soothing soreness of the deep muscles, ligaments and bursae which are subject to strain when a disc case is present.
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Chiropractic, Massage Therapy and Physiotherapy can be effective treatment for your lumbar disc herniation. Choose any one of the above. Once the initial assessment has been completed, you will be directed to the discipline and practitioner who will be able to deliver the best results.
Still not sure? Simply give us a call at (519) 208-2273 and we will help find the right therapy for your needs.