A disc herniation does not always require surgery.
Yes, there is a specific chiropractic technique called COX Flexion Distraction technique. This technique may help you avoid surgery. It is a nerve decompression technique that when utilized with consistency by the patient, helps to reduce the severity of a herniated disc or bulge, leading to less pressure on the nerves of the low back, which leads to fewer symptoms like pain, weakness, and numbness.
If you have sciatica coming from pinched nerves in the low back, caused by a herniated disc, this technique is non-invasive, requires no medication and is very effective. Herniated discs and nerve compression, nerve symptoms are the chiropractors domain. By addressing the underlying causes, symptoms and function improve and you get back to your life and the things you love.
Your body has the capacity to heal itself, but it requires no interference in the healing system of brain and nerves. Cox Flexion Distraction technique removes pressure on nerves, improving healing capacity, by addressing the underlying issue, in this case a herniated disc. If you are looking for a potential solution that is different than conventional therapies that you’ve likely tried and have not worked (you are reading this for solutions after all), then do some research on the technique by following the link in the first paragraph on this page. There is hope and healing if you know where to look.
Dr. Lou Jacobs has been successfully using Cox Flexion Distraction technique for over 16 years. His office in Portland, Maine is equipped with two custom tables for this procedure. Read Dr. Lou’s list of best home care tools for preventing low back pain and dysfunction! CLICK HERE!