Disc Herniation(s)

Lower back pain and disc herniation(s) affect up to 80% of people. They are a leading cause of missed time from work and long term disability.


A disc herniation occurs when the softer fluid like center of a spinal disc breaks through a crack in the tougher, more rigid exterior. This can be very painful. Many can irritate nearby nerves and result in pain, numbness, or weakness in an arm or leg.

Often times, mild repeated back pain that we ignore can indicate breakdown in the discs and joints of the spine. There are many causes of back pain. The first signs is often stiffness or difficulty with movement. The second sign is normally the herniation or pain.

​Chiropractic and Cox Technique can help heal back injuries and disc herniation(s) by...

  • Reducing pain

  • Allowing the fluid to get pulled back into the disc(s)

  • Dropping pressure in the neck, mid back, and lower back disc(s) significantly

  • Widening the space around your nerves by 28%

  • Reducing pressure on the spinal nerves

  • Returning motion to the spinal joints

If you have a disc herniation, why wait?

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Cox Technique, Flexion Distraction, Back Pain, Disc Herniation, Dr. Steven Snyder, Dr. Snyder, Chiropractic, Capstone Chiropratic LLC