RESOLVING SWELLING CAUSES PAIN

We need joint mobility to address the fluid exchange in our spine to reduce the swelling that happens naturally as a result of injuring a disc. The swelling itself becomes an ancillary issue, which can irritate nerves already adversely affected by the herniated disc. This in turn can cause greater pain across several structures, which further increases immobilization of the area. Regardless of the pain, regardless of how slightly it can be moved, unless a doctor advises us otherwise, we need to move the area so we can reabsorb the swelling and get to the root of the issue with further joint mobility exercise.

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