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How To Heal A Herniated Disc Naturally – No Surgery Required

“For every 2 men, there is one woman diagnosed with a herniated disc”

It’s because of this statistic that I have brought this page to your attention.

If you’ve been diagnosed with a herniated disc, then you are all too familiar with the norm:

  1. You move less
  2. You search for everything
  3. You’ve probably tried everything(or at least you think)
  4. You feel like surgery is the only option at this point

You’ll be caught by surprise in my article, and you’ll figure out how to lessen your pain.

And I didn’t forget about everyone who is not used to it, you’ll greatly benefit, and if you’re pain hasn’t pinched your nerves severely, you’ll see what I’ve done.

I serve to help you and everyone in the lower back community, whether you’ve been in continuous pain, or starting out, you are not short of stellar options. I’ll start by asking you this one hassle free question…

Does this sounds like you?:

“I’m exhausted, I have tried everything!” All from:

  • steroid epidural injections
  • massages
  • exercises
  • tens machines
  • cushions
  • inversion tables
  • foam rollers

…and as you keep digging the bottom of the hole, you don’t strike gold, rather a huge rock.

Are you this deep in? Theresa are non short of options as you can see from the list, but one greater reason you’re here is to treat the root of the cause, and not just shoot for temporary relief…I hope.

Get ready, I’m about to show you what you don’t know. Catch this:

90% of people all around the world will treat their herniated disc and heal without surgery required

That’s an alarming number, in the most positive way imaginable. Feeling shocked?

I was too!

So the fact that your herniated disc can heal all by itself should trigger a HUGE relief in your brain.

Head on into your doctors office with this knowledge, and patiently wait to hear his or her recommendations.

You’ll likely be recommend and presented with:

  • physical therapy
  • pain medications
  • stretches
  • weight loss
  • aerobic- low impact
  • water therapy
  • injections
  • lifestyle changes

I can lay my hand over your shoulder and share my sympathy with you – A herniated disc most certainly puts a “a halt on your groove.”

A herniated disc is like hitting a 2 for 1 on a bad day…

It’s frustrating enough that your spine physically hurts, but even worse is that the pain makes its way up to your mind, and alters your behavior.

Talk about mind control!

Forget all the psychologist, and hypnotist, this really puts those to shame.

It’s Chronically despicable, and that’s to say the least, but wth all that starts on the wrong foot must come to an end though.

Don’t panic because you are in for some fresh quality air.

Take a breathe, relax, and take the next part of your reading as a religion.Luckily, you touched basis with the right place at the right time. Why?

I want to help you badly, its my passion to do so. There are so many alternative and conservative methods, and with increasing technology there are more growing in the most unlikeliest places…

I want to help shine the light on how to heal a herniated disc naturally, so that you can put your aches and pains to rest, your back at ease, and your mind in the arms of your savior.

Ready to jump all in?

Is It Age, A Triple Effect, Or A Larger Injury?

The number one question I get asked is :

  1. How did I get my herniated disc?

Your herniated disc or “slipped disc” rather as its know, doesn’t happen by the element of surprise. A disc that slips occurs when your outer ring becomes weaker and again weaker, or torn out of place and alignment over time. It’s at this point the inner portion slips out, and will likely lead to pinching your nerve roots on the back end of your spine.

Ripple effect #1: A Degenerative Disc can turn into a herniated disc. When the outer ring of your disc begins to tear, the ring releases the watery fluid in your disc, and it ends up pushing the disc closer to the nerve roots on the back of your spine.

Whether you get it in a day, a week, months or even years is dependent on the choices and lifestyle decisions you make. For example:

Ex: If you’re bending over, twisting, hunching over more frequently than someone who is doing less, and actually implementing all the strategies of better exercise, healthier eating, weight management, mind control, will more likely keep a herniated disc away.

Factor In Your Age

The older you get, the more likely a herniated disc is to be present.

Mother Nature’s processes takes its course, and you can’t do a thing about it.Your disc will not be able to retain the water inside it’s gelly like structure, and as I stated a second ago, it lets your water protrude out the outer layer.

A message to my many men and women is this: Men are more prone to struggle with a herniated disc, but women don’t fall too behind.

In the next section get ready, because you’re about to learn how to heal the right way.

Heal The Way You’re Supposed To

​its said that most chronic conditions happen in the age group of 20 and less, and 50 and over, but why should we follow numbers? that’s only a statistic.

I know far more people in between the age group with herniated disc issues who have a constant struggle to accept a lifestyle change, because they believe they’re out of solutions. Or are they?

I told my best friends brother in law once, No you are not! There’s life after a herniated disc.

The most important lesson in my experience I’ learned is that whether you’re:

  • young
  • old
  • can barely walk
  • having weight problems
  • eating bad
  • have multiple diagnosis
  • struggle mentally
  • consume painkillers

…you will absolutely recover. It’s all about how you choose to funnel…

The process just has to be nurtured differently to cater to your needs. You are different then someone else with your condition. The reason I say this is because others are farther a long in the process, and others are just starting out with their herniated disc.

and if you were like me, who has had sciatic nerve pain, and a herniated disc at the same time, you’ll get a kick out of this too…

So without further a do let’s take a look at all your options now.

1. Over The Counter Medicines– OTC

This way will have to do if you have mild to moderate pain. You’ll be prescribed medicines like:

  • Advil
  • Ibuporfen
  • Naproxen

My 2 cents: I’ve tried all but there’s one thing I can’t stand -I hate the side effects. If you haven’t tried them yet, its worth being on, its fine to take them, but if you can do without them moving forward and follow the remove back pain system, you’ll be likely to remove these drugs completely or use them less than you ever have.

2. Muscle Relaxers

You might have already taken Over the counter medicine, and if you have its most likely you’ll take a muscle relaxer to go along. This is usually the beginning measures.

Muscle spasms happen abruptly and not sadly – they need to go,. And these relaxers can be just the spark you need.

Caution: Don’t take pain medications and muscle relaxers at the same time, you don’t want pain overload. If you take them, have one an hour or two after your pain killers.

  • Baclofen
  • Cyclobenzaprine
  • Tizanidine
  • Carisoprodol

There’s nothing like a delicious soup in this next one…

3. Bone Broth And Collagen Diet.

Saying bone broth and collagen has given my health back is kind of an understatement. Have a look at the one I made here:

What do these two elements have? Nutrients. Your natural supply that enters your bloodstream and rushes down your lower backs spine to heal your pain.

What it does:

  • repair tissue
  • repair damaged disc

How to do

  • collagen is found in a powder of bone broth
  • in liquid form as well

It’s an absolute necessity to have. It s the #1 diet you can have for a herniated disc. You can purchase it online, or your local grocery store. Have it every day, 1-3 times in a day.

My daily dose is right here…

4. Go With Supplements:

recommend you get Omega 3 oil in your body. It’s a great anti-inflammatory, and it’s what I will use 99.99% of the time in the mornings before work. Here are a couple other options to look into:

  • MSM. One of my favorites as well, and comes in a cream option.
  • Glucosomine

 ==>Come learn more about supplements like Omega 3 and its healing power here<==

Have you discovered the best way to strengthen and make your back flexible again? Does the word “Yoga” ring a bell?

5. Exercise With Yoga

A herniated disc is a bee you swat away, and soon as it goes away, more come back in a herd. The best treatment I’ve found to date is exercise with yoga. YOGA? yes. I was in your same position with this type of thinking, but I got over it and implemented it quick.

Your back needs:

  • strengthening
  • flexibility
  • a break

Yoga will ensure you get the best of all 3, and in a matter of a week. You get help with breathing, and mediation techniques. These two factors are important for your mind and body.

==>Click here to learn more about yoga, and the #1 style for chronic back pain<==

A spinal manipulation will help you for a short amount of time. Need instant relief?…

6. Chiropractor

We’ve all probably heard of the chiropractor being thrown around by friends and family, but have you, yourself gone to one? By natural methods, you’ll get your spine in proper alignment so that in time it will heal by itself properly.

If you’ve had chronic pain lasting for at least over a month give it a try right away. The early in the process the better your chance of it getting better gets.

Think deep tissue wit this next one.

7. Massage

Simply, the best for short term relief. It’s my go to for the “moment in time”. A great massage can give you the best therapeutically benefits you were asking for.

How it helps:

  • releases muscle tension
  • helps your tissues
  • soreness goes away
  • easy on your joints

It’s time to feel the pressure points…

8. Acupuncture

Now, I talked to my doctors, and physical therapist a few years back about acupuncture, and they said the results vary. It does ease your pain a little but it doesn’t work the same for everyone. I’ve steered away from it. It just was not for me, and I did fine without it.

9. Posture

You were taught from when you were young to stand up nice and straight, or if you’re in the military, you definitely understand affirmative action -Attend Hut! But if you’re not of a “military affiliation” don’t you worry because the conditions apply the same.

Posture will help prevent and help fight off a herniated disc. Did you know that posture is one of the biggest causes for lower back pain? Our posture is everything to healing.

You could exercise properly but forget about posture and be back in the rut you were in. Or your poor posture can cause weaker muscles, and now you can’t exercise. But how can you fix it?

Stand up straight, and keep all your body in alignment.

==>Go here to see what your posture is telling you<==

Take a look at your surroundings…

10. Ergonomics

Ergonomics is just a fancy word for “your efficiency in your working environment.” You know you have a sound place to work in if you have these things:

  • A desktop at your level. Is your desktop a little below you? If it is, then good.
  • A keyboard and mouse. A good keyboard and mouse will keep your hands and arms in a good angle.
  • The right chair. A good chair supports your whole back, and keeps your posture up.
  • Lumbar support. Is your back being supported by the right chair, or back rest?
  • Natural movement. You should be able to move around in your chair, stand up, and have enough room for various positions

==>If you’d like to see how to work with back pain, go here<==

Time For The Future You’ve Been Expecting

The #1 question I get all the time is this one :

What can you expect from recovery time?

Healing a herniated disc can take up to 6 weeks to heal on its own. If my story can serve you any motivation, it took me 4 and a half weeks. But the follow up question is what you need more paying attention to.

Why is it less or more for others?

My absolute answer to that is to do all the steps needed to relieve your pain, and when you’re not working, you should be:

  • stretching
  • working on your posture
  • staying calm and collective mindfully
  • eating healing foods
  • staying on a straight natural treatment path

It’s hard to exactly pin point how long you will heal because it depends on how your herniated disc looks. Consult with your doctor and physician for more help.

You Can Treat A Herniated Disc With Constant Progress


Like Frank Zappa once said:

“Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible.”

Every day you take to make an effort to heal your herniated disc is another day you increased your recovery time and a push away from surgery. Here’s a shorty story.

When my friend revealed to he had degenerative disc in his L3-L5, and a Herniated disc in the L4 along with osteoarthritis, I didn’t just ignore it. What I did immediately changed his perception of pain for the rest of his life.

He followed my effective remove back pain system, and in result he really put the time in. His results were not shocking. He didn’t only learn to get rid of his herniated disc naturally, he was able to have no more nerve pain!

There are an incredible amounts of treatments in your armory. Don’t be afraid to start at point A and head through the journey past point B.

Develop a routine. See what treatments get you the most satisfaction day by day. When you continue with the same exercise, massage, work station habits, etc, you’ll understand your lower back much better, and you’ll therefore become more efficient.

“The concept of total wellness recognizes that our every thought, word, and behavior affects our greater health and well-being. And we, in turn, are affected not only emotionally but also physically and spiritually.”

~ Greg Anderson

The Remove Back Pain System

This next segment will take your healing process to the next level! You’ve seen the exercises, stretches, and conditions, and now it is time to show you some of the cream of the top-your POSTURE. Without proper posture, you can have weak muscle imbalances, continuous back flare ups, and constant hunching and slouching.

Continue my Remove Back Pain System with getting your self straightened out with better posture here.

About the Author Michael

Hi My name is Michael Granados, I am of the age of 26 years, and I’m a back pain specialist, enthusiast, and expert. All of us have had or will have lower back pain at least once in our lives, and whether it’s acute or a more chronic condition, you can depend on us here at Remove Back Pain to take great care of you. I ensure you’ll take the right and most appropriate steps for you to heal the safest and most productive way. Get ready for a better lifestyle!

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  • Dany says:

    Great article! My friend was told that he has one disc broke and the doctor advice him to do a surgery. He was unsure and concern. He doesn’t want to have this surgery and he is aware about the risks. But, thanks to you article, which I will pass to him, I hope he will change the direction and decide what’s best for him.
    Thanks for sharing.

    • Michael says:

      Hi Dany,
      Oh really? If his disk is completely herniated, which means that the water has protruded into the nerves, and it aggregates him so much, his doctor might know this information already and is the reason he/she is saying so. If he can’t move, and do an exercise without feeling severe pain, he should consider surgery. Usually, testing himself with a herniated disc exercise will allow him to know where his body is at. Another way is understanding how long the symptoms have persisted for. A large or small spine canal can predict the severity as well with an MRI. Have him try The NSADS I have listed. If the pain persist for longer than 12 weeks it’s time for surgery. If you have any further concerns, please get back to me. Thank you.

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