Low Back Pain

Low Back Pain is triggered by things including: bending, twisting, lifting, golf, exercise, or just daily life. The Discseel® Procedure returns most people to their pain-free and active lifestyle.

Low Back Pain Conditions That The Discseel® Procedure Has Successfully Treated

spinal cord with a degenerated disc
Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative discs are the result of wear and tear on your spine. The Discseel® Procedure is a regenerative procedure that seals disc tears, and then promotes growth to heal those once damaged discs.

diagram of spinal cord annular tear
Annular Tears

These kinds of injuries can occur over decades and are hard to heal due to poor blood circulation the disc. The Discseel® Procedure helps to repair the damage!

woman holding her back, while you can see the spinal cord
Chronic Low Back Pain

Chronic back pain most often reflects disc tears, and disc tears cause disc degeneration, bulges, and herniations, and that's exactly what the Discseel® Procedure treats. The Discseel® Procedure can help! Don't hesitate to contact us for an evaluation.

human anatomy highlighting the sciatic nerve

The type of pain or numbness associated with sciatica can vary, but there are ways to help alleviate it. The Discseel® Procedure offers a logical, simple and non-surgical solution to sciatica.

A spinal disc that is herniating
Herniated Disc

Disc herniation isn't the direct cause of pain as was once thought. Instead, the leakage associated with herniated discs is responsible for inflammation and pain. With the Discseel® Procedure, you can live your life pain free while doing activities you enjoy. Find out if this life-improving procedure is optimal for you.