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Finally a Solution to Your Herniated Disc

Does this describe you?

  • You have been diagnosed with a herniated or prolapsed disc in your neck or lower back?
  • You are having a nightmare trying to do normal things like sitting, walking and getting dressed?
  • The pain is disturbing your sleep? You are constantly taking painkillers?
  • You have tried other treatments like physiotherapy or osteopathy and were disappointed that they did not work for you?
  • Have you had an injection and found the pain came back again?
  • You are looking for a long term solution but would like to avoid surgery.

If you answered yes to any of the above, IDD Therapy may well be the answer for you. 

Here at Cram Osteopaths, Glasgow, we specialise in IDD Therapy Spinal Decompression. This is the fastest growing non-surgical treatment for intervertebral disc injuries, for example herniated or prolapsed discs, and is now provided in 1000s of clinics worldwide. 

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What is a Herniated Disc?

An intervertebral disc is the spongy shock absorbing tissue between the bones in your spine. 

What is commonly known as a 'slipped disc' is more accurately described as a herniated or prolapsed disc, when the central tissue for the disc (the nucleus) breaks through the outer casing of the disc (the annulus) causing herniation. 

This can cause the following symptoms:

  • Back Pain or neck pain
  • Sciatica or arm pain
  • Tingling, pins and needles or numbness
  • Difficulty walking, sitting and/or sleeping.

What Causes a Herniated or Prolapsed Disc?

Degeneration

Degeneration or wear and tear can happen in the spine as we get older, particularly in people with manual jobs.  This causes the discs in our spine to thin and dehydrate, making them more vulnerable to injury from normal everyday movements, bending or lifting. 

Trauma

Injury to a disc in the spine is often caused by trauma, commonly in the form of heavy lifting. The force of lifting a heavy object can cause damage to the outer casing of the disc, resulting in a sudden shape change, also known as a bulging or slipped disc.

Genetics

There is some evidence to suggest that you can inherit a predisposition to develop back pain. You may be more likely to suffer a disc injury if your parents or siblings have also experienced a disc injury.

Need Something More For Your Pain?

You should consider IDD Therapy if:

  • You have ongoing or chronic neck pain, back pain or sciatica associated with Spinal Stenosis.
  • You have been diagnosed with a slipped, prolapsed or herniated disc that is stopping you from living your life.
  • You have been diagnosed with spinal stenosis and told that nothing can be done about it.
  • You are keen to avoid invasive spinal injections or surgery.
  • You are tired of the merry-go-round of NHS appointments, painkillers and waiting times. 

So, what is IDD Therapy?

The video below will explain how IDD Therapy, a safe and gentle approach to back and neck pain, has helped 1000s of people in the UK break free from a cycle of painkillers and get back to normal life.

A Safe and Trusted Approach to Degenerative disc disease, Herniated and Prolapsed Disc.

Intervertebral Differential Dynamics (IDD) Therapy is a successful and trusted non surgical spinal decompression treatment for back pain, neck pain and related problems such as sciatica. 

It is particularly useful to sufferers of: 

  • Bulging, herniated and degenerative discs.
  • Spinal Stenosis.
  • Sciatica or trapped nerves.
  • Pain that hasn't improved with other approaches such as spinal injections.
  • Cases of chronic pain ongoing for more than 6 weeks.

How Does IDD Therapy Work?

Everyday at Cram Osteopaths, Glasgow, we treat patients just like you with our IDD Therapy Programme.

Step 1 - Targeted Treatment

IDD Therapy targets the specific area of your spine that is causing the pain using our highly accurate decompression technology.

The gentle decompression force is also a precisely calculated proportion of your body weight and is therefore specifically tailored to you.

Step 2 - Decompression

By decompressing (taking pressure off) a segment of your spine affected by a disc herniation and stretching the soft tissues, mobility in the spine can be improved. 

This can relieve pain caused by muscle spasm, and alleviate nerve compression and irritation caused by herniated or prolapsed discs.

Step 3 - Restore Pain free Movement

Each session of decompression force is gently increased. This treatment progressively decompresses your spine allowing your range of movement to improve, so you can get back to doing the things you love without pain or restriction.

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Is IDD Therapy Painful?

Patients do not typically feel any pain during treatment.  The treatment itself is actually quite gentle, it is not unusual for people to fall asleep during their decompression treatment.

The decompression pulling force used is set at a precise proportion of your body weight.  This means it is specific to you and therefore unlikely to cause any pain or discomfort.

The decompression forces used are built up slowly and gradually during the course of your treatment, depending on your history and how you are responding to treatment. 

How Many Treatments Will I Need?

Every case of back pain is different but typically takes place over a 6 to 8 week period.  This allows time for the body to adapt with the goal of gently improving and restoring normal spinal function.

The exact number of treatments required will depend on your specific condition and how your body responds to the decompression therapy.

While relief from pain can be experienced in the early stages of treatment, the body does not adjust over night, especially when chronic conditions may have built up over a long period of time.

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Would you like to know more about what IDD Therapy can do for you, or you simply just want to get some advice?

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Herniated Discs and IDD Therapy

This info pack talks you through some of "the science" behind this gentle and effective treatment for herniated or prolapsed disc. 

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Patient Journeys

 

Had lots of physio and it took me a long time to get to the point where I was a bit more comfortable.
Came back to Joanna at Cram Osteopath, who I've used successfully in the past. And she had suggested that we try the IDD therapy which has moved me from a pain score of 10 down to a one or a two within 15 sessions.

Rhoda Calder, Glasgow

"This treatment has been amazing, it's completely transformed everything."

Gail French, Glasgow

 

Why Choose Cram Osteopaths?

Long Established Family Run Local Business

Established in Glasgow in 1946, our highly knowledgeable and experienced team have great relationships with local doctors and specialists, in the Glasgow area.

We have helped 1000s of patients just like you, get back to doing the things you love without pain or restriction.

Convenient Opening Hours

We understand how busy life can get and how hard it can be to find time to schedule appointments around work.

So that you can prioritise your recovery and focus on getting better rather than asking for time off work, we are open:

Monday - Friday: 9am - 6pm

The Herniated Disc IDD Program

Our effective 3 step Herniated Disc program, has helped many patients just like you get back to doing the things you love. 

IDD therapy is the fastest growing non-surgical treatment for intervertebral disc injuries and spinal stenosis and is now provided in 1000s of clinics worldwide. 

Exceptional Hands On Treatment 

We are proud of our reputation in the Glasgow area for providing an exceptional "hands on" treatment. You will receive a one on one hands-on treatment and never be left alone in a room on exercise equipment. 

We have helped 1000s of patients just like you, get back to doing the things you love without pain or restriction.

Latest Treatment Technology

Here at Cram Osteopaths we regularly invest in the latest available treatment techniques and technologies, to ensure the best possible outcome for our patients.

We currently offer:

IDD Therapy - Non-surgical decompression treatment for the pain of

  • herniated, prolapsed and slipped discs
  • spinal stenosis
  • degenerative discs
  • sciatica.

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The IDD Therapy and Herniated Disc Program

Cram Osteopaths

Glasgow West End 

87 Barrington Drive, Glasgow, G4 9ES

Tel No: 01413390894

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