Back Pain & Neuropathy Recovery – Danny’s Case

Danny recently produced a video testimonial of his recovery through Euclid Chiropractic (link below when video uploaded).   We were able to show him the structural improvement that occurred from his before treatment x-ray and post treatment.

Here is his first x-ray:

With Danny’s narrowed disc spacing, it is evident there is a lack of motion in the spinal joints.

When this occurs, the spinal fluid cannot circulate in and out of the disc.  Then, the disc will shrink closing the spinal canal where the nerve can pinch to cause neuropathies.

Danny case was severe so after a few months of adjustments, therapies and exercise, he felt stronger and had better posture.  Then we took another x-ray:

With more spinal motion caused by the adjustment, the spinal fluid can circulate to rejuvenate the discs.  This causes the disc to hold more fluid and increase in height to take pressure off the nerve by widening the spinal canal (explained in the video).

Three months after starting consistent treatment, Danny’s pain level has gone from a 9 to 1, his weakness/pain is gone and his feels young again.

Now Danny can work and enjoy his family and basketball without pain and more energy.  He has a better quality of life.

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  1. Reply

    The sciatic nerve stretches from the low end and travels down the back of the thigh to the knee. When this nerve becomes inflamed, it is known as sciatica and can become extremely painful. It can be sharp, burning, prickling or tender. Movement and decompression can return important nutrients to the discs. The problem disc is placed under pressure and a vacuum is established. The disc will return to its place and the oxygen and blood supply needed is brought in to encourage healing.

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      Dr. Tony

      Yes, completely agree.
      We need to move the joints to get the disc to circulate
      spinal fluid to heal the different layers of discs.

      Thank you for the explanation.

      Dr. Tony

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