Conditions We Treat


Here’s why nothing you have tried so far has stopped your pain…

Neuropathy, sciatica, spinal stenosis, bulging disc, herniated disc, or degenerative discs are just conditions caused by an underlying problem…a problem no other doctor has completely explained to you yet. And because your underlying problem has not yet been addressed, all of the other treatments you have tried so far (chiropractic, epidural injections, physical therapy, surgery, etc) have failed to provide you with lasting relief.

Right now, all you know is your condition. No one has shown you the source of that condition, so you don’t know what the real problem is yet.

You are not alone.

Thousands of patients just like you have found success at The Nerve & Disc Institute when all other treatments failed.

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We treat people just like you everyday who suffer from conditions like the ones below.

The following conditions develop as the end result of an underlying problem that has not been properly explained to you yet. These conditions are not the actual problem, they are just a result of the problem.

Herniated Disc

Commonly called a “slipped disc,” “blown,” or “ruptured” disc, a herniated disc occurs when the inner disc material leaks through the protective rings of the disc. This causes the disc to bulge (protrude), and ends up pressing against a spinal nerve causing pain.


The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body, extending from the very low back (under the buttock muscles), through the legs and down to the feet. When there is irritation or pressure on this nerve (from a herniated disc for example), it is called sciatica and causes many different symptoms.

Spinal Stenosis

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.

Bulging Disc

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.

Peripheral Neuropathy

Neuropathy is a collection of disorders that occurs when nerves of the peripheral nervous system (the part of the nervous system outside of the brain and spinal cord) are damaged. The condition is generally referred to as peripheral neuropathy, and it usually causes pain and numbness in the hands and feet.

Degenerative Disc

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.

In Order to Correct a Medical Problem, You Need to Find the Root Cause of the Problem so You Can Treat It.

Right now, all you know is your condition.
No one has shown you the source of that condition, so you don’t know what the real problem is yet.

Contact us to
see if you qualify for treatment.

This is the opportunity you have been searching for…

Once you understand that your condition is not the problem, but the result of an underlying problem, you realize that all this time you have been treating a symptom instead of fixing the problem.

Suddenly, everything makes sense.

It explains why all the other treatments you tried, like chiropractic, physical therapy, epidural injections, and even surgery have failed to provide you with lasting results. They were only treating the condition or symptom, not the underlying problem.

The problem that is causing your condition is something that both you and your doctor have missed.

At The Nerve & Disc Institute, we have accurately identified the underlying problem that is causing your condition, and developed all-natural, non-invasive treatment programs to correct it. This medical breakthrough for peripheral neuropathy and serious spinal disc conditions is only available at The Nerve & Disc Institute. In fact, independent, randomized, third-party medical studies confirm that we have a success rate over 90% obtaining significant improvement and lasting results for our typical patients.

Don’t wait for the pain to get worse! Contact us now to see if you qualify for treatment!