Herniated Disc Articles & Stories:

Stem Cells Can Aid Spinal Disc Repair

Stem Cells Can Aid Spinal Disc Repair A study using a handful of large animals strongly suggests that stem cells transferred from the body's own fat can facilitate the repair of damaged spinal discs. Stem cell treatments appeared to increase disc tissue density, concentration of disc matrix proteins between the disc cells, and dis... Read More

Doctors Cautiously Endorse Cerebrospinal-Fluid Pain Therapy

Doctors Cautiously Endorse Cerebrospinal-Fluid Pain Therapy Injecting painkillers into the thin layer of fluid surrounding the brain and spinal cord can be effective in relieving pain and restoring function, but there are many risks associated with the procedure, which should be used only as a last resort, specialists said. The physicians, who spok... Read More

Progress Made in the Quest to Overcome Paralysis

Progress Made in the Quest to Overcome Paralysis U.S. scientists have created a device that enables the brain cells of paralyzed monkeys to circumvent simulated spinal cord damage and use motor abilities well enough to partake in a computer game. Led by Chet Moritz and Eberhand Fetz, University of Washington researchers used computer-control... Read More

The Progression of Spinal Decompression

The Progression of Spinal Decompression Spinal Decompression has had many technological milestones. Some early tables were just straight pulley tables which were slightly more advanced than traction because they were software driven, yet they would only allow a set amount of pressure. Over time, spinal decompression tables were dev... Read More

What is Spinal Decompression Therapy?

What is Spinal Decompression Therapy? Spinal Decompression is a non-invasive, non-surgical technology where a patient is placed onto an instrument which belts them in and separates their lower body from their upper body. This allows for pressure to be relieved on certain joints and structures in either the lumbar or cervical regi... Read More

When to See a Doctor for Back Pain

When to See a Doctor for Back Pain Back injuries, with their associated pain, are so widespread that they have become the costliest health care problem for those in the 30-50 age range. So says the Journal of the American Medical Association. "Back pain is probably the commonest reason people seek help for pain management othe... Read More

Preliminary Data a Boon for New Spinal Decompression

Preliminary Data a Boon for New Spinal Decompression Two pilot studies show that a new non-surgical spinal decompression treatment has a beneficial effect on lower back pain, and that it seems to benefit the morphology of the spine by increasing disc height. One study, authored by Dr. John Leslie of the Mayo Clinic and others, found that clinic... Read More

Spinal Decompression for Lower Back Pain

Spinal Decompression for Lower Back Pain Spinal Decompression provides an alternative to surgery in many cases of lower back pain caused by herniated discs. A herniated disc is a condition of the disc. The disc a jelly-like material between two bones in your spine. There is a middle section called a nucleus and an outer band called ... Read More

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