Are you seeking effective treatment for bulging disc in the Fullerton area? Our orthopedic and pain management specialists at Full Range Spine & Ortho offer Fullerton patients non-surgical therapies for spine disorders to relieve back pain and restore mobility.
Between 60% and 80% of American adults will suffer some form of back pain. For many of them, the cause will be a bulging disc in the spine. Most cases of a bulging disc occur in the lower back and are caused by overwork or straining the lumbar spine. This repetitive bending and torsion cause undue stress on the vertebrae, which presses on the flexible intervertebral disks in between. Too much pressure can cause this material to erupt out from between the vertebrae, “bulging” out or herniating and causing pain and inflammation.
The bulging disc material can also press on nerves of the spinal column, causing localized pain and referred pain in other parts of the body. Disc degeneration or injury are the major causes of a bulging disc, and repeated activity only exacerbates the condition. Common symptoms include back pain, numbness or tingling in the legs, weakness in the legs or feet and possibly loss of bladder or bowel control.
Dr. Roy Nini and Dr. Paul Lee are renowned Los Angeles pain management experts, especially regarding orthopedic conditions like a bulging disc. Using regenerative medicine techniques, the Fullerton team at Full Range Spine & Ortho can diagnose your bulging disc condition and design a custom, non-invasive treatment plan to relieve the pain and restore mobility.
Regenerative Treatment for Herniated Disc in Fullerton
Regenerative treatment for herniated disc seeks to harness the body’s own natural healing mechanisms and give the body a healing boost. This naturally relieves pain and discomfort and speeds the healing process. Our regenerative treatments for a bulging disc include:
- Physical therapy
- Biological treatments
- Stem cell therapy
- Interventional pain management
Most cases of a herniated disc will heal and resolve with these non-invasive treatments. Dr. Nini or Dr. Lee may recommend a combination of these therapies as part of your tailored treatment plan. Contact Full Range Spine & Ortho in Fullerton today, and schedule an exam and consultation if you believe your lower back pain could be a bulging disc.
The most appropriate treatments for you will depend on the cause, nature, and severity of your bulging disc pain.
Schedule a consultation with Dr. Nini at Full Range Ortho, serving the Fullerton area, to receive a custom-tailored bulging disc treatment plan.