Herniated Disc Pain Relief
Many types of therapy are available for herniated disc pain relief--some more successful than others. Unless there is obvious or impending nerve damage, most healthcare providers will recommend conservative treatment before considering surgical intervention. Treatments such as physical therapy, chiropractic manipulation, anti-inflammatory medications, and heat/ice packs are just a few of the conservative herniated disc treatment options.
Ultrasound is one of the methods therapists have been using to produce a deep heat in the soft tissues. Studies have shown the sound waves to be effective in getting into the muscle where surface heat does not penetrate. Until recently, the only way to get the benefits of ultrasound therapy was to visit a providing healthcare professional. Thanks to MendMeShop, you can now have the full benefits of therapeutic ultrasound in the comfort of your home.
MendMeShop Ultrasound (used with MendMeShop Lavender Infusion Ultrasound Gel.) is an unbeatable combination for herniated disc pain relief. The gel is necessary in order to get the full benefit of ultrasound. The area for each treatment should be about two to three inches in size. Concentrating on small portions at a time is much more effective than trying to cover a large area of the back. Ultrasound therapy is not to be used on the spine, but it is designed for use on the deep muscle tissue surrounding and supporting the spine.
Do you have more questions?
If you have any questions regarding our therapeutic products and your treatment options, please contact a MendMeShop Advisor for assistance. You can be assured all your questions will be answered in a thorough and courteous manner by our trained staff.
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