When you have a herniated disc, you may think that back surgery is your only option. But the experts at The Disc Institute®, one of the most innovative medical centers in the country, have proven that treating herniated discs and other serious spinal disc conditions with their proprietary, non-surgical method is both 100% safe and more effective. When you visit The Disc Institute®, they will evaluate if you are a candidate for their unique, non-invasive treatment regimen that allows your disc to heal itself naturally without ever stepping foot into a surgeon’s office. No other medical facility can offer proven, non-surgical methods that are as effective and long-lasting as those offered by The Disc Institute®, and backed by independent, third-party medical studies.
To help you explore all of your treatment options, here are three benefits of non-surgical treatments to keep in mind:
- Require No Down Time: While surgery can be painful and often calls for a long recovery period, non-surgical treatments like IntraDiscNutrosis® correct the problem without becoming a burden, or causing changes to your daily routine.
- Carries No Risk: When you opt for surgery, epidural injections or other invasive procedures, you may experience unnecessary trauma or complications that are not present during or after non-surgical treatments. Among the top concerns for back surgery are nerve damage, paralysis, infection, coma, blood clots, recurrent disc herniation, and even death. IntraDiscNutrosis® will help you avoid all of them.
- Resolves Underlying Cause: Back surgery attempts to eliminate symptoms rather than resolve the root cause of them. When you choose IntraDiscNutrosis®, your doctor will evaluate your MRI and develop a treatment plan that is tailored to your specific medical needs. This custom treatment plan will trigger the self-healing mechanism that is already present in your discs, allowing them to heal and correct the source of the problem.
To learn more about safe treatment options for a bulging, herniated, or degenerative disc, visit The Disc Institute® online.