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Herniated Disc Specialist, Bulging and Slipped Discs, Pinched Nerve, Sciatica, Arm Pain
There is an effective, non-surgical treatment for bulging and herniated discs of the neck and back. Dr. Strasser provides gentle, specialist care for sciatica, spinal stenosis, pinched nerve, arm and leg pain|numbness|tingling.
NE Portland Chiropractor, Dr. Arn Strasser is a specialist with advanced training in Cox Flexion Distraction, a gentle, non-surgical protocol for treating disc injuries, including bulging, protruding and herniated discs of the low back and neck. Disc injuries are often accompanied by leg or arm pain, sciatica, pinched nerve, and numbness and weakness.
Cox Flexion Distraction is based on 40 years of research, clinical experience and technology. Chiropractors, engineers and researchers continue to document its benefits. The latest findings from federally funded research projects at the Loyola Stritch School of Medicine and the National University of Health Sciences show that flexion distraction technique allows a reduction of intradiscal pressure and an increase of intervertebral disc height. Numerous other research studies validate Flexion Distraction.
Dr. Strasser’s non-surgical treatment of discs is gentle and based on a comprehensive examination and imaging findings. Dr. Strasser works closely with medical professionals and many neurosurgeons recommend a trial of conservative care for discs prior to considering surgery.
Dr. Strasser has over 20 years of successfully treating patients with disc injuries. He is always pleased to answer any questions you may have regarding his approach.
For more information on disc injuries, please visit “Understanding Disc Injuries, Diagnosis and Treatment”.