Backed by independent medical research studies, The Nerve & Disc Institute is a natural-healing breakthrough for sciatica, spinal stenosis, bulging discs, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, and peripheral neuropathy.
Learn how we’ve helped thousands of people just like you end their pain and avoid spine surgery.
Most of our patients have already tried chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy, injections, pain medications, and laser treatments before they found us. Some even had surgery to try to stop the pain. But nothing worked for them until they came to see us. Our unique, non-invasive treatment programs activate your body’s built-in mechanisms for self-repair, so you heal naturally for results that last.
Dr. Paul Thomlinson, a Ph.D. research scientist specializing in healthcare evaluation, conducted two independent medical studies of the effectiveness of our IntraDiscNutrosis treatment program. The studies utilized a sophisticated, random selection of a large and statistically valid sample of patients receiving care with IntraDiscNutrosis.
The results of his studies showed IntraDiscNutrosis is an effective and lasting solution for people with serious disc issues.
If you have a herniated disc (sometimes called a “slipped disc”), then the inner material of your intervertebral disc has managed to leak through the outer protective rings of your disc.
The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body, extending from the very low back, through the legs and down to the feet. When there is irritation or pressure on this nerve, it is called sciatica and causes many different symptoms
Inside your spinal column is a small channel, or “canal,” that contains your spinal cord and nerve roots. When this space gets constricted or compressed by either bone or tissue, the resulting condition is called spinal stenosis.
Although the term “bulging disc” is popular as a description, it is actually a herniated disc. As your spinal disc deteriorates, it “bulges” outward. So, people call it a bulging disc because it is easy to understand.
Neuropathy is a collection of disorders that occurs when nerves of the peripheral nervous system are damaged. The condition is generally referred to as peripheral neuropathy, and it usually causes pain and numbness in the hands and feet.
As the amount of water and nutrients decreases in your disc, the disc itself experiences pathological changes. These changes are the result of a dying/degenerative disc, and the deterioration it causes is called Degenerative Disc Disease.