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I have been a receiving acupuncture treatment from Dr. Sager for the past 2 months. I had both knees replaced 12 years ago and since then I had lost all feeling in my right leg from below the knee to half way up my thigh and also the front and outer side had been completely numb. Dr. Sager asked if she could try a treatment on my leg. The treatment took about 5 minutes, and involved her using suction cups. I was astonished that immediately after the treatment the numbness was gone. I had asked her if this would help my neck and shoulder pain that I have from arthritis, after another 5 minutes the pain was gone. Thank you Dr. Sager for giving me relief from pain and for also giving me back feeling in my leg.
Lois Reilly, Adkore Patient
I did not want another weekend of pain. I called Adkore and Melisa answered: "Come this afternoon, and we’ll see what we can do to help." Two years have passed and not only has everything healed, but I continue two days a week to keep my body in great working order."
Rita Watts, Adkore Patient
I've been coming to Adkore Center for only a short time, and I am finally living a pain-free life. The remarkable improvement in my health is due to a combination of chiropractic treatment, physical therapy, and massage therapy.
Evan Kavallines, Adkore Patient
I was experiencing migraine-level headaches after my car accident every two to three days. After receiving decompression treatment, I have had only one headache in two months. This treatment has been my miracle.
Angela Hairston, Adkore Patient
What was pain and suffering is no more. Thank you, Adkore Rehabilitation Center!
Lucy Rivera, Adkore Patient
I've been a patient with you for several months now and just wanted to say thank you! Every person I have come in contact with has been caring, kind, and respectful.
Your staff is a fine example of what a treatment/rehab facility should be, from handling my insurance and payments, scheduling, to the personnel treating me.
Wendy Cox, Adkore Patient
Herniated discs are a very common condition. Some herniated discs cause no symptoms and those tend to go undetected and worsen if it goes unevaluated and untreated. But in most cases, patients do experience pain. Herniated discs most often occur in the lumbar or cervical spine. Symptoms vary depending on where the disc is herniated.
The lumbar spine is the lower spine. This is the most common area that a herniated disc can exist because it is an area of the spine that receives the most daily pressure.
Leg pain (about 90% of all herniated disc cases complain of leg pain)
Numbness or tingling of the foot
Sciatic nerve irritation
The cervical spine is the upper area of the spine. Having a herniated disc in the cervical spine is not as common as the lumbar spine, however still can be just as serious.
Weakness in the deltoid muscle of the arm
Weakness in the biceps or wrist extensors
Numbness or tingling throughout the arm/hand
If you are diagnosed with a herniated disc, there are several non-invasive treatment options to consider before taking the route of surgery. Conservative treatment methods such as medical massage and physical therapy can be done as a series to treat the herniated disc without the use of narcotics or surgical procedures. It can take up to 4 to 6 weeks of these treatments to gain alleviation from the pain and for structural changes to occur. Then, a re-evaluation would be ideal to monitor progress and determine the next treatment plan is moving forward.
At Adkore, we typically prescribe a combination of treatments for a herniated disc. We find that a combination of multiple conservative treatments yield maximized and quicker results instead of trial and error with one treatment at a time. One treatment method we always recommend for a herniated disc is spinal decompression treatment. Spinal decompression treatment complemented with the other modalities as pre and post treatment has proven to be very effective for the treatment of herniated and bulging discs.
If you suffer from a herniated disc, you may experience a variety of different pain. Because the herniated disc affects the surrounding nerves, it can at times be hard to identify where the pain is coming from. The best way to find out if you're suffering from a herniated disc is to understand the warning signs and seek medical attention. Working with a doctor to find a combination of treatments that is right for you is the best way for your herniated disc to heal for the long term.
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Deltona, FL 32738
Business Hours: Monday and Wednesday 11am-7pm; Tuesday and Thursday 9am-2pm