Disc herniations? Disc tears? Sciatica?
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Disc herniations/Disc tears/Sciatica:
Disc herniations result from inner disc material (nucleus tissue) protruding or pushing through outer walls (annular fibers) of a disc. Disc herniations can leak inflammatory chemicals/fluid into the surrounding epidural area and cause irritation and/or pinching of nerves that form the sciatic nerve (sciatica) causing leg pain. Painful tears may also result in the disc. When these tears occur in the outer portion of the disc (annulus) they can result in recurrent and disabling back pain and are notorious for not healing on their own.
To begin your journey to healing your back, please give us a call or email us today at 980-859-2340 or [email protected] to schedule a comprehensive evaluation of your back injury with one of our Board Certified, Fellowship trained Orthopedic and Bio-Restorative Medicine Physicians.
A Proven Alternative: Bio-Restorative Non-Surgical Stem Cell Procedure for back and leg pain
A Bio-Restorative Stem Cell Procedure of an injured disc and inflamed nerve (sciatica) is an ultra-minimally invasive same-day non-surgical procedure designed to alleviate pain, improve function, slow degeneration, and aid healing and restoration. Stem Cells from your own body harness your own body’s healing capability to naturally restore, reduce pain and get you back to doing the things you love.
Compared to invasive surgery, there is less risk of complications, less pain afterward, less downtime and there can be less overall treatment costs. After Surgery your body is never the same again, permanently altered and worst of all most Lower Back Surgery is unproven and ineffective.
Low Back Surgery is an Invasive, Permanent, Unreliable, and a Risky Surgery
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BEFORE / AFTER BACK TREATMENT
ACTUAL iOBX PATIENT- L5/S1 — SLIDE LEFT TO RIGHT TO VIEW
Stem Cell Treatment
Why iOBX for your Lower Back Pain?
Precision Guided Implantation Of Stem Cells Into Disc Tear
Bone marrow signal/fracture: Since the previous examination, the edema at the L5-S1 interspace as converted to type II marrow change suggesting a reparative change.