Spinal Disc Herniation

When the herniated disc ruptures and pushes out, the nerves may become pinched. A herniated disc may occur suddenly in an event such as a fall or an accident, or may occur gradually with repetitive straining of the spine. Often people who experience a herniated disc already have spinal stenosis, a problem that causes narrowing of the space around the spinal cord and spinal nerves. When a herniated disc occurs, the space for the nerves is further diminished, and irritation of the nerve results.

This problem, if left untreated, can turn into pain in other areas of the body. Through NFR treatments, many if not all of my clients report increased range of motion, reduced spasticity, and reduced pain, if not completely eliminated.