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I have discus hernia l5s1 and lumbal lordosis. Can u help me about therapy?

I have discus hernia l5s1 and lumbal lordosis. Can u help me about therapy?

Exercises: If you're looking for the exercises to do on your own, then try williams low back exercises as well as dr. Gill's recommendation for mckenzie exercises. These both help tremendously. If you can afford it, formal physical therapy by a trained therapist will help yo most of all. ...Read more

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Lordosis (Definition)

Of the spine seen. From the side in terms of the natural sway of the lower back as well as in the neck. It is in the opposite direction of the roundness or kyphosis of the chest region or thoracic spine with the head balanced over the hips with these curves compensating each other to allow ...Read more


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I have 5 disk with moderate to severe spinal stenosis failed physical therapy what should I do next can this paralyze me ?

I have 5 disk with moderate to severe spinal stenosis failed physical therapy what should I do next can this paralyze me ?

Spinal stenosis : While paralysis would be especially rare, you can have significant loss of function with severe spinal stenosis. In some people, epidural steroid injections can help relieve pain. However, with multilevel severe spinal stenosis, I suggest seeing a spinal surgeon to evaluate and discuss options for your care. ...Read more

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Hello, lm from macedonia and l need a help because l really don't know how to get health l have 27 age, and l have discuss hernia l4, L5 l5-s1 pls, help?

Hello, lm from macedonia and l need a help because l really don't know how to get health  l have 27 age, and l have discuss hernia l4, L5 l5-s1 pls, help?

Sciatica: True sciatica is leg pain that shoots from back, down the leg past the knee. This mimics the path of the sciatic nerve, thus it's name. Young patients more likely to have herniated disc. Older patients, pressure from arthritic spurs. All can be treated non-surgically if not getting worse. Physical therapy, tylenol (acetaminophen) or aleve, nerve blocks, the combination works 80% of the time. ...Read more

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I'm having neck problems, which extends to shoulder, my dr. Told me to get a lumber, not sure if he meant chair lumbar r what. I need help with this, ?

I'm having neck problems, which extends to shoulder, my dr. Told me to get a lumber, not sure if he meant chair lumbar r what. I need help with this, ?

Back down: Probably meant a lumbar support for the low back to use with sitting or driving so that you can keep the neck over the torso, which might reduce your neck pain, if it is mechanical (your head is out in front of your shoulders all the time). ...Read more

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Been struggling with a syndesmosis injury for 1 yr. Did it skiing. Talked to doctor not helpful tried comservative measures what can I do? Please help

Been struggling with a syndesmosis injury for 1 yr. Did it skiing. Talked to doctor not helpful tried comservative measures what can I do? Please help

See ORS/sports: I would suggest having your doctor refer you to an orthopedic surgeon w/ sports medicine training(fellowship-trained).He will have seen many syndesmosis injuries(if that is for sure your dx.)and can examine and advise treatment .Occassionally I have seen chronic syndesmosis injuries that calcify the interosseous ligaments that cause chronic pain and ligament injuries that are still unstable;gl! ...Read more

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Advise to me some stretching excercises to get relieve of my fibromyalgia pain in shoulders.Please help me I don't have any good doctor nearby.Help me?

Advise to me some stretching excercises to get relieve of my fibromyalgia pain in shoulders.Please help me I don't have any good doctor nearby.Help me?

Start slow: Exercise has been shown to be helpful for patient's with fibromyalgia. There are many options i.E yoga and pilates, but start slow. A recent study showed the benefits of tai chi for musculoskeletal pain, depression, and quality of life in patient's with fibromyalgia. If you have access to a warm pool, gentle movement in the water can be helpful too. ...Read more

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Can you tell me if a combined incidence of hiatal hernia , osteoporosis and thoracolumbar scoliosis, what to do?

Can you tell me if a combined incidence of hiatal hernia , osteoporosis and thoracolumbar scoliosis, what to do?

Activities/Exercises: Would be helpful for all the 3, as hh is usually seen with weight issues, so reducing the wt with activities/exercises would benefit it. The osteoporosis can be improved upon by such activities as well, + calcium/vit d. The tl scoliosis may also be affected in a good way with exercises. You will need to see an orthopod to ensure its stable/not progressing. See the pcp. Good luck. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about scoliosis and laminectomy?

Yes: Normally, when you look at the spine from the back it should be straight. If it is curved and the curve is greater than 10 degrees, then it is called scoliosis. A laminectomy is a surgical procedure done primarily to decompress "pinched" nerves. If an excessive amount of the stabilizing structures of the spine are removed during the decompression, a laminectomy can cause or worsen scolioisis. ...Read more

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Have herniated. Disk tried the epidural shoot can't have surgery need a doctor who can help with my pain how do I find one?

Have herniated. Disk tried the epidural shoot can't have surgery need a doctor who can help with my pain how do I find one?

Three options: There are three treatments for herniated disks that lead to sciatica. Physical treatments (pt, chirpractic, traction) medical treatment (nsaids, pain medication, muscle relaxers, and steroids) and surgical treatment. Generally we use the first options before considering surgery. Bets to find a local neurosurgeon to review your case and your remaining options. ...Read more

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I'm dealing with IBS with incapacitating pain. The two gastroenterologist who see me didn't help me much. What else can I do for my condition?

I'm dealing with IBS with incapacitating pain. The two gastroenterologist who see me didn't help me much. What else can I do for my condition?

Diet and fluids: I rarely prescribe meds for ibs. In my experience teaching people to eat and drink properly resolves most if not all symptoms when the patient is compliant and follows through. Hi fiber, 80-100 ounces non caffeine, non alcoholic beverages each day, regular meal times, excercise. Consistency is the key to being symptom free. ...Read more

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Someone i know has a degenerative disc between L5 and s1 and arthritis in facet joints there. Any help besides fusion and meds? Please help. Thank you

Someone i know has a degenerative disc between L5 and s1 and arthritis in facet joints there. Any help besides fusion and meds? Please help. Thank you

Facet pain and DDD: Degenerative changes occur in the spine like wrinkles to skin. Most do not need surgery. Nsaid's, tylenol, (acetaminophen) ice/heat, salonpas hot patches, pilates/yoga/piyo are non-medical options. Mckenzie pt is a great program, but requires a doc's rx. Bracing can help pain in some patients, but is expensive. Tens is a glorified heating pad, but if it helps there is no harm. Look for a diam investigation site. ...Read more

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Can you help cervical stenosis I have had 4 physical therapy treatments which left me with pain i didn, t have before?

Can you help cervical  stenosis I have had  4 physical  therapy treatments which left me with pain i didn, t have before?

Possibly: Cervical stenosis refers to narrowing of the central spinal canal or neural foramina where the nerves exit and is usually due to a combination of degenerative discs, arthritic changes and sometimes a congenitally small canal. In milder cases, therapy, medication, traction and sometimes injections can be helpful. In more severe stenosis surgical decompression may be needed. Eval is needed to decide. ...Read more

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Hey, I need a doctor who can help me with my slipped disk, what kind of specialist will I see?

Hey, I need a doctor who can help me with my slipped disk, what kind of specialist will I see?

Start with family MD: Since most people get better without surgery, start with your primary care doctor who might prescribe modification of activities, medicines, physiotherapy, anti-inflammatories, and possibly cortisone injections in the spine. If you remain symptomatic despite all that, your doctor may send you to a neurosurgeon, but that is not the first place to start...Again, because most don't need surgery. ...Read more

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I have a slipped cervical disc for 3 levels with radiculopathy.Dr. Advise for surgery .Iam not interested .What can I do?

I have a slipped cervical disc for 3 levels with radiculopathy.Dr. Advise for surgery .Iam not interested .What can I do?

Several things : Time is the biggest healer as 90% resolve with no surgery. Lifestyle changes like weight control, not smoking & regular exercise are important. Pain management with various medication regimens and injections may help. Also, treatment can be through physical therapy. Some people like to use inversion tables for traction or try acupuncture or even chiropractic. A soft cervical collar may help. ...Read more

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Can you please tell me why it'sso hard for me to get ssa with degenerative disc and fibromyalgia.?

Can you please tell me why it'sso hard for me to get ssa with degenerative disc and fibromyalgia.?

Able to rehabilitate: Both of those conditions are treatable, and possibly, better with increased activity. 40% of 40 year olds with no pain have degenerative disc disease. The treatment goals for those who do have pain is to help them become asymptomatic. Optimize your nutrition and exercise, and both can be tolerable. A physiatrist( physician that specializes in rehabilitation) can help. ...Read more

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Severe prolapse bladder need surgery prolapse bladder sever hanging out like a softball size plus age 45. Need sugergy scared and worried about recovery surgery and more please if anyone know where i can get good information about this let me know kindl

Severe prolapse bladder need surgery prolapse bladder sever hanging out like a softball size plus age 45.

Need sugergy  scared and worried about recovery surgery and more
please if anyone know where i can get good information about this
let me know kindl

I : I am sorry that you are having to go through this. Bladder prolapse surgery is fairly common, and most women get very good results from it. Bladder prolapse occurs after the muscles weaken around the bladder and vagina, often after childbirth. Please be sure you are seeing a board certified gynecologist or urologist for your surgery. Be sure and carefully follow the post-operative instructions regarding rest and lifting, and don't return to early to your regular activities. I am sure you will do fine, and i wish you the best. ...Read more

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Pcp & chiro agree I should consider surgery for lower back l3-4 bulge l4-5 herniation l5-s1 bulge. I'm scared what do I need to know and consider?

Pcp & chiro agree I should consider surgery for lower back l3-4 bulge l4-5 herniation l5-s1 bulge. I'm scared what do I need to know and consider?

Ask: Ask for an opinion from a reputable neurosurgeon or ortho that does back surgery. Most bulges are treated medically unless there is nerve damage that might become permanent . With time the disk will dehydrate and diminish in size with decrease of symptoms without surgery. ...Read more

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Hernia (Definition)

The ascendence of the gastroesophageal junction into the chest above the diaphragm through the ...Read more