Spinal Bulge Treatment
A Spinal Bulge occurs when one of the vertebrae has been forced out of line or displaced. The pressure on the intervertebral disc changes and forces it out of shape, causing it to bulge and inevitable impinge upon the local nerves.
This can be as a result of twisting, falling, tripping or just moving awkwardly. Sometimes we don’t even know what we did, we just suddenly become aware that something is wrong.
Spinal Bulges are often the first stage of intervertebral disc problems and should be treated where possible before they progress onto a Prolapsed disc or a Herniated Disc.
Treating Spinal Bulges
Intervertebral disc problems like a Spinal Bulge, respond very well to my unique treatment programme. This is a method I have developed over many years and includes a range or individual process including:
Interferential Electro Stimulation Therapy
Getting Treatment for Spinal Bulges
I provide treatment for Spinal Bulges at my practice in Northwood Hills, London, with easy access via road (easy parking just outside), public transport or the Northwood Hills Tube Station on the Metropolitan line. My treatment room is on the ground floor, and so there are no stairs involved in accessing the facility.