Why DISC is world renowned for back and neck pain treatments

This article is Sponsored by DISC Desert Institute for Spine Care
Oct 28, 2022, 2:40 PM | Updated: Nov 1, 2022, 10:54 am
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As everyone ages, it’s rare for adults to not have neck or back pain. Fifty percent of Americans and 90% of people at least 50 years old have some level of degenerative disc disease.

Whether you’re a golfer, weekend warrior, hiker or sitting at your desk with bad posture, Desert Institute for Spine Care, the nation’s leader in minimally invasive spine care, wants you to get an evaluation to see how we can help — because people in pain should not have to suffer.

People from around the world, including professional athletes, travel to DISC to alleviate their pains. DISC’s experts attentively listen to patients to identify their pain and how it affects daily life, with the goal to restore the patient’s lifestyle.

Whether you will need exercises to alleviate the pain or a minimally invasive procedure, the best of the best will take care of you. DISC surgeons have been voted by their colleagues as Phoenix Magazine Top Doctor Award winners year after year.

The DISC difference is that they provide long-term solutions that others can’t.

DISC is the birthplace of modern endoscopic spine surgery with unrivaled expertise in this specialized treatment. DISC surgeons are experts in other minimally invasive, microscopic procedures for neck and back pain, including artificial disc replacements, minimally invasive fusion motion-sparing procedures and even injections to treat your spine issues while limiting the disruption of your normal surrounding tissue.

DISC works with the Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Cardinals, Arizona State University, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, Oakland As, Cincinnati Reds and many more professional teams.

Twenty-three percent of adults worldwide have chronic lower back pain. If you suffer from chronic back pain or pain that has lasted for 12 weeks or more, it’s best to consult with a medical professional.

If you suffer from neck pain, DISC is currently doing multiple clinical studies on cervical disc disease, as 5% of people under 50 years old have cervical disc disease.

But as the cutting-edge leader in back and neck procedures, DISC can help with any and all back and neck needs.

Before you visit DISC, check out the best exercises to help with your back and spine care. If you continue experiencing back or neck pain and need a professional opinion, then go online or give them a call. DISC can help get you enjoy life again.

October is Spine Health Awareness Month, so make sure you feel your best when getting back on the golf course, hitting the hiking trails while the weather cools down or simply enjoying time with friends and family.

There are four DISC locations spread across the Valley in central Phoenix, Scottsdale, Gilbert and Glendale. For more information, visit Sciatica.com, text SPINE to 620620 or call 602-944-2900.

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