Treatment
for Herniated Discs

At the Centro de la Columna Vertebral we offer non-surgical, risk-free, outpatient treatment with no side effects. In his clinical career and exposure to spinal problems, Dr. Eloy Ovando Sanders developed this conservative treatment with satisfactory/favorable clinical results for his patients. It can be used in conditions such as

  • Lumbar, thoracic and cervical herniated discs.
    • With grade I and II protrusions.
  • Extruded herniated disc.
    • Grade I and II.
  • Lumbago, Dorsalgia and Cervicalgia.
  • Mild Narrow Channel, Lumbar or Cervical.
  • Facet Osteoarthritis.
  • Post-surgical Fibrosis.
  • Spondylolisthesis.
    • Grade I.

It is a cutting edge method, non-invasive and with a greater safety compared with traditional spine surgery. It is an effective, non-palliative treatment that, when compared to surgical processes, is 5 to 6 times less expensive.

Our treatment for herniated disc is multidisciplinary and consists of the application of a comprehensive therapy that is based on 3 pillars, aimed at helping our patients recover without the need for surgery. The duration of treatment is approximately 5 weeks.

Benefits of our treatment:

  • SAFETY: Outpatient therapy that eliminates trans-operative, postoperative and failed surgery risks.
  • EFFECTIVENESS: our treatment is more effective than the most widely used surgical methods.
  • COMFORT: As it is a 100% outpatient therapy, it does not cause work incapacity.
  • LOW COST: The cost of our treatment is designed and oriented to society in a reasonable way, since it is almost 6 times less than the cost of conventional surgery.

Ovando Sanders Treatment

Aplicación intravenosa de medicamentos

Treatment with anti-inflammatory drugs

terapia fisica

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

nutricion

Nutritional control and adjustment

What is

a herniated disc?


A herniated disc is the exit of the intervertebral disc towards the spinal canal, compressing the nerves and ligaments that are in the area, causing pain that is quite significant sometimes.

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Risks associated to

Hernia Surgery


Our spine is composed of 33 vertebrae, 23 intervertebral discs and a set of nerves and ligaments. The intervertebral disc is composed of a pulpy nucleus and an annulus fibrosus of mucopolysaccharide material that gives it a gelatinous appearance and is located between each intervertebral space. The herniated disc is the exit of this intervertebral disc towards the spinal canal, compressing the nerves and ligaments that are in the area; herniated discs are divided in 4 stages, according to the degree of output.

They are the output of the disc into the spinal canal, causing pain and sensory disturbances such as numbness, cramping and tingling. In most cases, they are produced by improper lifting of objects, accidents, overweight, bad posture habits and falls.

It is important to note that every 1 of 3 disc herniation surgeries fail, which means that the patient is left with persistent symptoms, and consequently continues experiencing the same pain. The risks range from infection, bleeding, fibrosis, among others.

Moreover, the high cost of spinal surgery during your hospital stay and the sometimes lengthy rehabilitation period are factors that should make surgery your last resort.


Read more about hernia surgery risks

Read more information in our blog.
"What are the risks of spinal surgery?"
"Management post-operative spine surgery""
"How do I know if I really need spinal surgery?""