Herniated discs and sciatica are common conditions that result from the displacement of a vertebral disc in the spinal column. This displacement can put pressure on the spinal nerves and cause pain, numbness, tingling and weakness in the legs, lower back, and legs.

IDD Therapy, also known as Intervertebral Differential Dynamics, is a non-invasive and drug-free treatment for herniated discs and sciatica. The therapy uses computer-controlled distraction forces to gently separate the vertebrae and reduce the pressure on the affected nerve. This helps to realign the spine, relieve pressure on the nerves and improve spinal mobility.

One of the benefits of IDD Therapy is that it is highly effective in reducing pain and improving symptoms. The computer-controlled system allows for precise and consistent decompression, resulting in a more effective treatment. It is also a low-risk option compared to surgery and other invasive treatments, as it does not involve any incisions or pain.

IDD Therapy can also help to improve the functioning of the affected nerve and reduce the risk of recurrence of the herniated disc. The therapy sessions are usually short, lasting between 20 and 30 minutes.

In conclusion, IDD Therapy is a safe and effective option for individuals suffering from herniated discs and sciatica. With its non-invasive and low-risk approach, it can help to relieve symptoms, improve spinal mobility and reduce the risk of recurrence. If you are suffering from herniated discs or sciatica, consider talking to your Osteopath about IDD Therapy as a potential treatment option.