Dr. Jeremiah Jimerson

761 Saint Andrews Blvd Charleston, SC 29407

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Dr. Jeremiah Jimerson

Chiropractor For Disc Pain In Charleston, SC

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Why do injuries happen?

Dr. Jeremiah Jimerson

IT’S NOT JUST A MATTER OF TREATING SYMPTOMS, BUT SOLVING YOUR WHY

Far too many people waste time and money chasing symptoms. Getting adjustments, countless physical therapy hours, stretching and foam rolling, injections and surgeries while never getting true clarity about WHY their pain happened in the first place – this needs to STOP!

Have Disc Pains? Heal Naturally With Chiropractic Treatment In Charleston, SC

If you are experiencing herniated disc pain, chiropractic treatment may be the best solution for your condition. Chiropractic care is a non-invasive, drug-free approach to treating herniated discs. The spine is composed of vertebrae that are separated by a cushion of soft discs. A herniated disc occurs when the soft center of a disc pushes through a crack in the spinal column. This pressure puts pressure on nearby nerves, causing pain, numbness, or weakness. With the right treatment, you can reduce or eliminate your pain.

The discs are made up of two layers: a tough outer layer and a soft center. Herniated discs can occur due to excessive stress on the spinal column or a physical injury. In some cases, the outer layer cracks, causing the center of the disc to bulge. Physical injury or a sedentary lifestyle can also cause the injury. Regardless of how you received the injury, it is important to seek chiropractic treatment for herniated disc pain.

Treating symptoms is one thing, finding the root cause of those symptoms SOLVES the problem

The world of pain relief is filled with marketing and massive amounts of myopic thinking. This chiropractor says “a bone is out of place,” that physical therapy office says “just do this 10 pages of exercises” and often the medical approach is to medicate, inject, or cut – sadly, that’s the world that we live in and unlike this website it’s not all black and white.

The fact is, treating symptoms will never result in permanent relief. It’s like duct taping a leaky ceiling. It might look good for a hot minute, but it doesn’t take that long before you wish you hired a better contractor.

After being in the pain and performance world for 20 plus years, my focus today is providing immediate relief, but also being the detective that leaves no stone unturned of showing you how to keep it that way.

Dr. Jeremiah is my go to for my patients when all else fails

Dr. Robert Schoderbeck – Orthopedist

I know this sounds crazy… I will fly to Charleston to see him… hands down this guy is a healer

Mo Maynor

Dr. Jimerson is OUTSTANDING! As a clinician myself, I appreciate his direction and encouragement… but mostly the RESULTS!

Priscilla Nugent – Physical Therapist

Get Your Disc Pains Checked Out In Charleston, SC

Chiropractors usually perform a thorough physical examination and may recommend a course of treatment based on your specific needs. A chiropractor will also conduct diagnostic tests, if necessary. Visiting a chiropractor is the best option to deal with the symptoms of herniated discs and disc pain. Discs are attached to the vertebrae by a fibrous ring. However, a compression injury in a healthy spine can cause a vertebral fracture. As a result, the outer layer of the disc, called the annulus fibrosus, tears, and allows the nucleus to leak out of its center.

The most common chiropractic treatment for disc pain is spinal manipulation. Discs are the rubbery pads in the spine that provide support to the spine. Herniated discs can occur as a result of injury, including overexertion, work injuries, car accidents, and improper lifting techniques. Because these conditions are common, chiropractic care is a good way to treat them without having to resort to drastic medical measures. Schedule an appointment with our chiropractor today!

We get to the root cause of your pain and give you not only IMMEDIATE PAIN RELIEF but the minimal effort tools needed for keep it that way

Stop chasing symptoms. Be in control of your pain, performance and your health