Midlothian VA, The Joint... The Chiropractic Place is pleased to announce that the professionals have the solutions for victims of bulging discs. The condition occurs when the inter-vertebral discs are compressed by subluxations in the spinal column, causing the discs to bulge into the surrounding tissue. The Midlothian chiropractor uses natural and non-invasive techniques to relieve the pain and restore the discs to their optimum position, between the pairs of the vertebrae.
The discs between the vertebral pairs are small cushion-like pads which protect the bones of the spine from wear. The discs add to the flexibility and range of motion to the entire spinal column. A bulge in the disc occurs when the cushion doesn't have enough inter-vertebral space to provide the protection necessary for the spinal cord and the bones.
Because a bulge in the disc means that it is not between the vertebrae, the tissue presses on the muscle tissue and the nerve roots causing irritation. Nerve irritation is often interpreted by the brain as pain. The pressure can also cause weakness in the extremities. If the bulge is too extreme, the disc covering can split and the fluid leak out causing further irritation of the tissues.
The techniques of the doctors at the center are natural and non-invasive. Decompression helps to restore the proper space between the vertebrae. This allows the disc to return to the inter-vertebral spaces. Re-hydration restores the cushioning effect. A chiropractic adjustment is a significant therapeutic measure. Therapy may also include posture correction and exercise.
Learn more about solutions for bulging discs by visiting the web pages at http://www.thejointchirorichmond.com. Members of the press and individuals who have questions about the contents of this press release are encouraged to contact the clinic at the location listed below.
Company Name: The Joint... At Midlothian
Address: 136 Charter Colony Parkway, Midlothian, VA 23114
The Joint Short Pump 11301 W. Broad St. #107 Glen Allen, VA 23060
Contact Telephone Number: (804) 835-6879
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