Herniated Disc Treatment

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Get The Care You Need For Disc Injuries

Injured in an accident recently and dealing with nerve pain? Our Arlington, VA Disc Injury Specialists can help.

What Are Discs?

​Discs are the soft but strong cushions that separate the bones (vertebrae) in your spine and absorb shock as you move.

Repeated strain over time, an injury, or sudden, forceful movements can damage discs and irritate nerves, causing:

  • neck pain
  • back pain
  • numbness, or tingling in your back, legs, neck, and arms

Common Causes of Herniated Discs & Pinched Nerves

Pinched nerves are caused by slips, falls, and auto accidents.

They're also caused by gradual wear and tear brought on by such things as long hours of driving, poor posture, awkward sitting positions, unsafe lifting maneuvers, birthing traumas, stress, sudden twisting actions, and repetitive motions.

Bulging and Herniated discs are commonly caused by sudden trauma, such as an auto accident or slip and fall.

Contact Jefferson Spine and Injury Center to schedule a Free Herniated Disc Injury Evaluation by clicking the button below.

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Disc Designations

 

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Healthy Disc

A Healthy Disc

A disc has a spongy, gel-like center (nucleus) and a tough outer ring (annulus). The vertebrae roll back and forth and rotate on the discs, allowing you to move easily.

Ruptured Disc

A Bulging Disc

With repeated stress, a disc can wear down. The disc's nucleus may begin to bulge into the annulus and irritate nearby nerves.

Bulging Disc

A Ruptured Disc

Sudden trauma from auto accidents or falls can cause a disc to rupture. The nucleus pushes through the annulus and presses on nearby nerves, causing severe pain.

Understanding Pinched Nerves

Symptoms of Pinched Nerves

Pain is only one of the symptoms of a pinched nerve. Other symptoms of nerve interference are organ dysfunction, respiratory, and digestive problems.

If the problems that are caused by nerve interference are treated with medication only, temporary relief if any will be experienced.

One of the more obvious signs of a pinched nerve is decreased mobility and range of motion.

Less obvious is the impairment of nerves that are vital in the healing of injured tissue and the functioning of various organs.

This is why so many people that experience acid reflux, digestive issues, and heck, even heart palpitations get such a huge benefit from chiropractic care. When nerve interference is removed, your body is able to heal on its own and the issues seem to just disappear.

Unfortunately, these issues often go undetected for years because they don't cause pain in the early stages, and the failure to correct this unnoticed problem often results in serious and permanent damage to organs or to the spine itself.

Such spinal damage may include the development of bone spurs, arthritis, spinal fusion, and finally vertebral degeneration.

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Treatment Options for Disc Injuries

Spinal Decompression Technique

How does spinal decompression help your spine heal?

Your discs allow your spine to flex, bend, and twist -  and also act as shock absorbers between the vertebrae.

When your discs bulge or pinch a nerve, it can cause back pain, sciatica, or even numbness and tingling in your hip and leg.

Spinal decompression works by gently stretching your spine and reducing the pressure on your disks, restoring your spine's natural function and flexibility.

The treatment process is easy and relaxing.

First, Dr. Holcombe will determine the specific area of the spine to target, and configure the decompression machine. During a decompression treatment, you will lie comfortably on a padded table. A belt fits around your waist and your lower chest.

Then, the computer-controlled decompression system slowly and precisely stretches your spine, then releases.

Over the course of treatment, your spine will be carefully stretched and relaxed many times, “decompressing” the affected disks of the spine.

This increases circulation, hydration, and nutrition to the disc. Learn more about spinal decompression.

 

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Herniated Discs

I am a patient in this office, and if I could give them a 10 star rating I would. This is one of the most professional doctor’s office I have ever gone in to. Their exam process is very detailed and organized and they are constantly explaining what’s the next step throughout the process. They are also a good resource for the insurance med pay coverage and claim process. However, the most important part of the visit was I left feeling better than I did before I got there.
Rodney, L.
Patient
Dr. Holcombe is EXCELLENT! If you ever have back pain for whatever reason, car accident or etc., I highly recommend her. The customer service that she and her staff provides has not been matched for me. I was in a car accident in mid July 2013, (major rear end) and I was referred to a rehab therapist in DC. I just was not feeling any relief from the pain after a few weeks. I happen to be in Costco and a gentleman could actually see the pain in my face and referred me to Dr. Holcombe's office which was a Blessing.
Mykia W.
Patient
Dr. Holcombe is the best chiropractor in the area. I had the pleasure to be under her care as my chiropractor when I was involved in a serious car accident. From the first appointment I was treated with respect and felt cared for with a warmth and charisma I have not experience before. She makes you feel at ease and makes sure to listen to all of your symptoms which she explains the reasons for and addresses during therapy.
Rose L.
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