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Why is a "slipped disc" unlikely?
Separating each spinal vertebra is a disc. Its fibrous outer ring holds in a jelly-like material. Because of the way a disc attaches to the spinal bones above and below it, it can't actually "slip." However, a disc can bulge, tear, herniate, thin and collapse. But it can't slip.
Could a chiropractor put an end to bedwetting?
If bladder control seems elusive, consider chiropractic
. If spinal bones are interfering with nerves that control your child's bladder, plastic sheets, alarms and other methods simply add to the embarrassment. Edmond
parents are often amazed (and relieved) that chiropractic
can be so helpful. Learn more