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Looking for the Best Treatment For Herniated or Prolapsed Discs?

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  • Exactly what a herniated or prolapsed disc is - so you make the right decisions
  • What causes herniated discs and how to prevent them
  • Newly available treatments to get your life back

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What is a Herniated or Prolapsed Disc?

An intervertebral disc is a spongy shock absorbing disc found between the bones in the spine.  When a disc herniates or prolapses, the central tissue of the disc (the nucleus) breaks through the outer casing of the disc (the annulus) causing herniation.

This can cause the following symptoms:

  • Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Tingling, pins and needles or numbness 
  • Difficulty walking, sitting or sleeping 

What Causes Herniated or Prolapsed Discs?

Trauma

A sudden episode of low back pain cause by a herniated disc will often be the result of heavy lifting.  Lifting a heavy object can cause damage to the outer casing of the disc, causing it to change shape suddenly.

Degeneration

This is a fancy word for "wear and tear". As we get old the discs in our spine begin to dehydrate and thin.  This causes them to be more vulnerable to injury from normal every day movements.

Genetics

This is some evidence that some body inherit a predisposition to develop a herniated disc.  You maybe more likely to have a prolapsed disc if your parents or siblings have had disc problems.

Struggling with a Herniated / Prolapsed Disc? Need Help? Not Sure What to Do?

Does This Describe You?

  • Do you have ongoing low back and/or leg pain from a herniated or prolapsed disc?
  • Do you get pain sitting or driving?
  • Are simple movements like washing and dressing hard because of your pain?
  • Does it take you forever to get moving in the morning due to pain and stiffness in your back?
  • Does the back or leg pain stop you sleeping properly?
  • Looking for an effective way to treat your herniated disc and get your life back?
  • You would like to get off the merry go round of painkillers and waiting for NHS appointments?

Recently, a new form of treatment for herniated and prolapsed discs has arrived in the UK from America, called IDD Therapy.

The thought of surgery or an injection into the spine can be frightening, it is perfectly natural to want these options to be a last resort.

IDD Therapy now helps many people wanting to avoid injections or spinal operations to get back to their normal lives without the crippling and disabling pain of sciatica.

 

So What is IDD Therapy?

Looking for treatment for your herniated or prolapsed disc? This video will explain, how 1000s of people in the UK, have found relief from the pain of disc problems with IDD Therapy

Finally a Solution For Herniated Disc Pain

Intervertebral Differential Dynamics (IDD) Therapy is a successful and trusted specifically designed to help relieve the pain of herniated and prolapsed discs.

It is particularly effective for:

  • Herniated disc pain that has been present for more than 3 months.
  • Herniated disc pain that is not improving with rest, painkillers or other treatments such as Physiotherapy or Osteopathy
  • Disc injuries that are causing nerve pain such as Sciatica.

Is IDD Therapy the Right Choice for Your Herniated or Prolapsed Disc?

IDD Therapy is Specifically Designed for the Treatment of Herniated Discs

It is the right choice for you if:

  • You have ongoing pain for more than 6 weeks
  • Other treatments such as rest, painkillers or physiotherapy, have not worked for you.
  • You have been diagnosed with a Herniated or Prolapsed Disc
  • You are now having to consider injections or sugrery

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How Does it Work?

IDD Therapy is a safe, trusted and effective treatment for Herniated and Prolapsed Discs

Targeted Specific Treatment

IDD Therapy used computer controlled pulling forces to target the specific area of your spine that is causing the pain.

This gentle force is a precise proportion of your body weight, so is specifically tailored to your spine.

Restores Normal Movement

The pulling force used, is gradually increased at each treatment, allowing optimal decompression to occur.  

This improves the mobility in your spine, and allows you to get moving again.

Spinal Decompression

The target decompression in IDD Therapy relieves back pain, by taking the pressure off herniated discs and the surrounding nerves. 

This helps to restore normal health and function to the spine.

What are Patients Are Saying About Their Herniated Disc Treatment

Michael Shanahan, Harrow, Retired Builder and Karen Cook, Ruislip, Administrator

Michael: "I feel great, absolutely brilliant!"

Karen: "I am on no medication and am pain free"

 

Eamonn O'Neil, Rickmansworth, Drainage specialist

" I am highly impressed . . I am back to work . . . and very very happy!"

"I can lift my children again!" Anna Marie, Kingsbury, Home Maker

" 3 months ago, I had terrible back pain, with pain and numbness in my leg.  I was diagnosed with a slipped disc and my osteopath recommended IDD Therapy, which I had never heard of.  After 12 sessions all my pain was gone.  I can lift my children again!"

"The standard of care is amazing!" Robert Donaghue, Ealing, Engineer

"I have been visiting both Nicola and James, over the past few months with disc issues and I'm delighted with the direction of the treatment.  The standard of care is amazing, they are highly professional, along with their acute attention to detail and ability to make you feel at ease.  I really would have no hesitation in recommending their services to anyone."

IDD Osteopaths Established 2002

IDD Osteopaths

Abji Bapashree House

211 Kingsbury Road,

London

NW9 8AQ

Tel: 0203-325-1812

We are located on the first floor of the office building, next door to the stunning Hindu Temple at the top of Kingsbury Road.

Tel: 0203-325-1812

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