Welcome to The Herniated Disc Authority. If you have been diagnosed with a bulging or ruptured disc, you have come to the right place to learn everything there is to know about intervertebral spinal problems. We are a completely free online community of doctors and patients working together to find effective solutions for the ravages of back, neck and sciatica symptoms associated with prolapsed discs.
It is a great pleasure to bring together some of the best disc pain experts in the world to help you better understand your diagnosed condition. These spine specialists are each uniquely qualified to provide guidance for virtually any disc-related symptomatic complaint. All these caring professionals have volunteered their time and talent to help you to find lasting and effective back or neck pain relief. Meet the editorial board.
We understand how frightening it can be to be diagnosed with a herniated disc. We also know how confusing the many diagnostic terms can be. This site will clarify the exact meaning on any term found on your MRI report and will differentiate the various diagnostic conclusions, including annular tears, degenerative disc disease, disc desiccation, bulging discs, ruptured discs, extruded discs, sequestered discs, disc prolapse and slipped discs.
Our website features enlightening resource sections describing the causes and symptoms of herniated discs. You can investigate spinal disc concerns in the neck, upper back, middle back and lower back and how each location is relevant to the effects produced. The site also provides an in-depth look at the spinal disc anatomy to help you better understand how and why discs can suffer from degeneration or injury.
The main mission of this website is to explain the diversity of traditional, complementary and alternative herniated disc treatment options. From home remedies to conservative care to intervertebral disc surgery, there are more choices than ever before. After all, you must understand the positive and negative considerations of each type of therapy in order to select the best treatment approach for your needs.
You will never find a more complete encyclopedia of herniated disc information anywhere. It is our hope that you can use this completely free resource to find a cure for your own disc-related symptoms. Life is much better when you can leave the tremendous burden of back or neck pain behind and face the future with optimism and good health. This intervertebral disc pain resource is our gift to you. Please enjoy it and use it to research your diagnosis, treatment options and prognosis for recovery.
Sensei Adam Rostocki, Founder
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New content is continuously being researched, developed and published.
All of the main topics are featured on the navigation bar. This navigation guide appears on every page, so it is impossible for you to get lost when searching for the information you so desperately need. If you require additional help looking for a particular topic, you will find the search bar in the right column to be very useful.
Please take your time to read each resource section in its entirety. Every navigation topic is broken up into several more focused articles. The goal of this format is to provide a highly detailed account of all the major spinal disc topics by concentrating on a specific area of study in each essay. After reading all the articles in each complete resource section, you will have a thorough view of the topic and will be better prepared to integrate the knowledge into your own case-specific treatment requirements.
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