bulging of the disc

A disc bulge is an abnormal outward protrusion of an intervertebral disc, which is the gelatinous cushion between the vertebrae of the spine. It can cause pain and other symptoms if it compresses a nerve root or the spinal cord itself.


Treatment of disc bulge by spinal decompression therapy

Spinal decompression treatment for a bulging disc is a noninvasive technique that can help relieve pain and restore spinal function. This technique uses gentle traction to reduce pressure on the intervertebral disc, which can help reduce disc bulge and improve blood and lymph flow to the area. In addition to spinal decompression, other therapies may be used to help treat the symptoms associated with disc bulging, such as physical therapy, acupuncture, and pain medication.
Disc pathologies of the cervical spine (neck): disc bulge, disc narrowing, disc herniation or disc protrusion and their treatments
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