Dr. Rowe goes over how to relieve a lower back bulging disc in 30 SECONDS!
A lower back bulging disc (also known as a slipped disc or herniated disc) is one of the main causes of a PINCHED nerve that may result in lower back pain and sciatica. Symptoms generally include sharp, shooting sciatic leg pains into the buttocks, leg, and feet.
One of the easiest ways to help relieve pain from a bulging disc is to TRACTION the spinal discs, that is to pull on them to reduce pressure.
That way bulging material is brought back into the spinal disc, and off the pinched nerve, allowing you to heal and have less pain.
These spinal DECOMPRESSION traction stretches and exercises are safe, natural movements and can be done at home. The great part is, they may help relieve pain from a lower back bulging disc in as little as 30 SECONDS!
WATCH now to quickly fix a lower back bulging disc!
Dr. Michael Rowe St. Joseph, Michigan chiropractor
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