Disc Prolapse

A prolapsed disc is essentially the same as a ruptured or herniated disc. The term prolapsed disc is a different way of saying the same problem. Basically, the intervertebral disc has deteriorated to the point where the outer fibers of the disc have weakened and then ruptured.

The outer fibers can no longer maintain the inner gel-like substance (nucleus pulposis) of the disc. The inner material of the disc often compresses the spinal nerve or the spinal cord in the spinal canal. 

The resulting nerve compression is very painful but more importantly, it changes the bio-electrical nerve signals and will continue to effect the organ, tissue or gland that is controlled by the nerve.

It is very important to get this corrected as soon as possible before permanent damage occurs.The best place to receive Spinal Decompression in Burlington is Burlington Spinal Decompression. 

Our 15 years of experience in treating disc and spinal problems not only makes us the best spinal decompression clinic in the area, we are also the highest rated spinal decompression clinic in Burlington.