Nerve Impingement And Herniated Discs
Herniated discs are also known for Nerve Impingement And Herniated discs & many other names such as “slipped discs”, “bulging discs”, “ruptured discs” or “disc protrusions”. A herniated disc refers to a problem with one or more of the rubbery cushions (discs) which are located between each vertebrae throughout the spinal column. A spinal disc is similar to a jelly donut, with a softer gelatinous center with a harder outer layer. A herniated disc occurs when some of the softer “jelly” pushes out through a tear or a crack in the outer tough exterior.
Physical therapy helps with herniated discs and nerve impingement by taking pressure off of the irritated nerve roots which causes pain, numbness or weakness in an arm or leg. If the herniated disc is in the cervical spine (neck) and the disc material irritates a cervical nerve root it will cause an altered sensation in one or both arms such as numbness, and tingling.
If a herniated disc irritates or impinges (presses) upon lumbar nerve roots it will cause similar altered sensation in the buttocks and into one or both legs. Most people who have a herniated disc or multiple herniated discs don’t require surgery to correct the problem.
We offer multiple solutions for herniated discs through physical therapy, activity modification, and at home stretching/strengthening programs. As always our physical therapists are here to help. Call now 718-866-3738, Help is only a phone call away.
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Waking up every morning to discover that you’re having a lower or back pain is frustrating. Besides, if you resolve to have a rest, you’re only worsening the situation because there won’t be any changes.
The truth, in this case, is that you might have been battling with a herniated disc. In case you have been finding it difficult to get appropriate treatment for your issues relating to hibernated discs and nerve impingement. Total Medical Physical Therapy is proud to be one of the best physiotherapists in Queens, Rego Park, Forest Hills neighborhood in NY that offers top-notch, hands-on medical and physical therapy services.
At Total Medical Physical Therapy, we aim to help our patients who are suffering from herniated discs and nerve impingement problems by taking pressure off the irritated nerve roots that are responsible for the pains, numbness or weakness in arms, legs and other parts of the body. We understand that herniated disc is located in the cervical spine and the disc material irritates the cervical nerve roots resulting in altered sensations in one or both arms.
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At Total Medical Physical Therapy clinic, we work with a team of licensed, and board-certified physical therapists that specialize in improving herniated discs and nerve impingement problems in both children and adults. Our physical therapists will examine, evaluate and treat both children and adults with both acute and chronic back pain herniated discs and nerve impingement. Whether your issue is moderate or severe, we can help you get back and running.
Also, we understand that patients want the best treatment at all times. Hence, we have everything in place to make our services as enjoyable as possible. Our friendly, compassionate and accommodating staffs and medical specialists will welcome you in a serene environment with an inviting smile. We will ensure that you are relaxed and comfortable all through your time at our clinic.
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At Total Medical Physical Therapy Clinic, we offer multiple options and solutions for herniated discs and nerve impingement problems through our excellent physical therapy services. We also provide services such as activity modification, stretching and strengthening programs.
If there are any inquiries or areas of concern about our physical therapy services, hook up with us today. Our physical therapists are always prepared to respond to your questions and inquiries. Call 718-866-3738 now or visit physicaltherapistqueensny.com.