There are small, spongy discs that help absorb pressure on the bones (vertebrae) that form the spine. To keep the spine pliable, these discs need to be in good working health so they can perform their role as shock absorbers.
A herniated disc happens when a rift in the strong outer layer of cartilage permits some protrusion out of the soft inner cartilage; an alias of this painful problem would be called a ‘ruptured disc.’ Even though surgery is often unneeded in relieving discomfort, having a herniated disc can be an extremely painful experience. Fortunately, back pain has non-surgical spinal decompression and deep tissue high power laser therapy to relieve discomfort, agony, and pain.
If you have tried other back pain treatments such as physical therapy, pain medication, or even surgery, we offer alternative treatment methods that may provide the relief you are looking for.
With state-of-the-art medical equipment and personalized guidance, we help patients find real recovery. Call (203) 889-9831 to schedule an appointment.
Are you suffering from a herniated disc? It may seem like there is no solution for your pain. After you have gone through all the traditional pain relief treatments, you should consider your alternative options with Connecticut Disc & Laser Therapy Centers. We offer a broad range of treatment solutions for our patients.
We don't just throw these alternative treatments at our patients and hope they work. We carefully examine each case before scheduling treatment to ensure the patient is a suitable candidate for such care. Our alternative treatments, from laser therapy to non-surgical spinal decompression, have been shown to help accelerate tissue healing, improve recovery, reduce inflammation, and even increase nerve regeneration.
You may be wondering if alternative treatment at Connecticut Disc & Laser Therapy Centers is right for you. Dr. Dalfino can assess your condition and evaluate your treatment options during an initial consultation. We are proud to offer non-surgical solutions for today's chronic conditions, from herniated discs to serious neck pain.
Ready to determine if you are a candidate for care at our center? Contact us at (203) 889-9831.