Chronic back & neck pain/injuries
Auto Injuries (we accept LOP/attorney lien, PIP car insurance)
Sport Injuries (we accept HISD sport insurance)
Leg or arm pain or numbness
Disc Bulge or Herniation Treatment (see below)
Sciatica (leg pain)
IT Band (hip pain)
Plantar Fasciitis (foot pain)
Rotator Cuff Treatment
Carpal Tunnel/Wrist Injuries
Other condition, call with questions
RELIEVE YOUR PAIN OR CONDITION BY:
Electrical Muscle Stimulation (reduces pain)
Ultrasound Machines (speeds healing process)
Intersegmental Traction Bed
Paraffin Bath for Hands, Wrists
Custom therapy exercise programs
Whole body vibration (for joint/muscle pain, posture correction)
Massage by Massage Therapist (Massage appointments available- call)
Myofascial Release (Deep Muscle Work by Staff Massage Therapist)
Chiropractic Adjustments, Gonstead, Diversified, Pettibon, Activator (low force treatment)
Biofreeze Pain Cream
SOMETIMES COMPLEX INJURIES REQUIRE OUT OF OFFICE EVALUATION,
WE COORDINATES CARE WITH OTHER PROVIDERS:
MD, Referral for medication consultation
MD, Pain Management, Injections
MD, Orthopedic/Surgical Specialist
Referral for X-Ray
Referral for MRI
SOME CASES REQUIRE ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION/EVALUATION:
Digital stress view X-ray to evaluate ligament injury/tears
Functional Outcome Assessments
Impairment Evaluation for Permanent Injuries
Do You Have An Injured Disc?
Have you been told that you have a disc injury? They can vary from slight to severe, but most require the attention of a trained chiropractor. Our team at Pro Rehab Chiropractic can help you understand your condition, and help you develop the best treatment option for you.
The little cushions that lie between your vertebrae are called the intervertebral discs; each of which has a tough outer ring and a soft gel-like center. Your discs specialized ligaments that separate your vertebrae. These discs serve as shock absorbers, so that the bones don’t make contact with each other as you move. Without discs we would literally be unable to move the neck and back.
If you are diagnosed with a protruding disc it means that the gel is bulging, and is asymmetrical in different places. You may also have tearing of the outer fibers of the disc. This may result in pinching and irritation of the nerve roots that exit the spine and go to your arms or legs
A herniated disc is when the inner soft disc material ruptures to the point that the gel pushes to the outside of the disc. This can also cause pain and numbness due to the irritation of the nerves, and can be very serious in some cases.
A disc extrusion is the worst type of disc injury. What it means is that the gel balloons extensively into the area outside the vertebrae or breaks off from the disc. This tends to result in considerable back pain and limitation of range of motion.
If you’re suffering from a disc injury in call Dr. Henn today. We are here to help.