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Pauline was suffering from a Herniated disc, not wanting to miss out on traveling and living her life she wasn’t going to the pain get in her way. Pauline tried a more traditional physical therapy which didn’t help her at all.
Watch our lasest case report on Michael was a patient at the Illinois back Institute and began treatment in Feb of 2014. Dr. Jeff created a case study report for Michael and his treatment he received at the clinic.
The case study explains Michael background of his condition and treatments he tried before coming to the Illinois Back Institute.
Dr. Jeff will go into Michael condition and how he was able to discover the root of his condition in order to come up with a customize treatment plan for Michael. Dr. Jeff discusses his treatment plan for Michael and most importantly his outcome after being treated at the Illinois Back Institute. Click on the video above to hear Dr. Jeff discuss and explain Michael Case Study and how the Illinois Back Institute saved Michael from surgery. Michael was able to get life back after treatment!
About Illinois Back Institute
Illinois Back Institute (IBI) was formed to promote the unique Functional Disc Rehydration® (FDR) protocol founded and developed by Dr. Jeff Winternheimer, D.C. The Illinois Back Institute now has a proven, time-tested and study-tested protocol to rehydrate spinal discs and a proprietary marketing system that can revolutionize the way back and neck care is administered, worldwide.
What is Functional Disc Rehydration®?
Developed and TRADEMARKED by Dr. Jeff Winternheimer, D.C. and the Illinois Back Institute, Functional Disc Rehydration® is an effective, non-invasive, non-surgical, drug-free back pain treatment that actually reverses disc degeneration and truly provides a stronger, healthier back. It’s a simple approach to making the back healthier without surgery, injections or medications.
The goal of Functional Disc Rehydration® is to take pressure off of vertebral discs, allowing oxygen and nutrients into a disc’s nucleus. Together with FDR, various exercises, treatments and techniques are done to reintegrate and reactivate the muscles by strengthening and stabilizing the spine. The correct combinations of these elements together constitute the overwhelmingly successful Protocol for IBI.
Michael Smith is a 38 year old male. Michael entered our clinic in Feb of 2014 and he stated his back and leg pain started in 2009. Before coming into our clinic he had years of treatment at a spinal rehab center which resulted in his pain getting a little better. Eventually in Jan 2014 his pain got worse; it was at that time that he decided to consult with the Illinois Back Institute (IBI).
6 Options You Need to Know for Herniated Disc Treatment!
I get the question asked of me often……. “I have a herniated disc what do I need to do?”
Well the goal is to try to eliminate the herniated disc and stop the severe pain that is interfering with you living your life. When you are diagnosed with a herntated disc there is a typical process that you will go through and you may find yourself on this path. It’s important to know what these steps are so you can make the best decisions about you future. One wrong step can lead to back pain that can change your life forever. This path can be a slippery slope so awareness is vital.
Your thoracic vertebrae comprise the middle segment of the spine, where thoracic herniated discs may occur. These 12 vertebrae are located between the cervical (neck) area and the lumbar (lower back area). These upper back vertebrae run from the spot where the neck meets the back above the shoulder blade level and continue down to the bottom of the rib cage. The spinal bones are smaller in size at the top and grow larger down toward the lumbar area. These vertebrae have facets on the sides to interact with the ribs. A thoracic herniated disc may be caused by injury like a fall, strain or twist, or due to a cracked vertebra, a disc or discs weakened by aging, scar tissue or other causes.
Learning how to prevent a herniated disc is important as you age, especially if you are involved in activities like weight lifting or you must lift heavy objects as part of your job. Being health conscious and taking precautionary steps to prevent injury will help you reduce your risk of a back sprain, strain or slipped disc.
When most people think of a slipped disc vs herniated disc, they think they are the same thing. However, they are actually different. First, one must have a solid understanding of how the spine works and what role the discs play in order to have a full understanding of the difference between a slipped disc vs herniated disc.
A herniated disc is a condition occurring from the rupture of the gel-like center through a weak area in the tough outer wall. Back or leg pain occurs when the disc compresses a spinal nerve. Its treatment is through conservative nonsurgical treatment. Research shows that 80 % of people undergoing treatment resume normal duties after about six weeks. In cases where this treatment does not work, surgery is the next option.
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