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Should I do spinning if i suffer from herniated disc?

Should I do spinning if i suffer from herniated disc?

You can: If you are not symptomatic from your herniated disc, spinning is a good form of aerobic exercise that is less likely to aggravate your disc. ...Read more

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Dr. Adam Lewis
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Herniated Disk (Definition)

Herniated disk is also known as Bulging disk. Herniated disk is a medical condition in which the gel like disk between the bones of the spine squeezes out of its center position. Because nerves run in the spine right next to the disk, a herniated disk can compress a nerve and cause symptoms such as low back ...Read more


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I have a herniated disc in my lower back (l5-s1). Is it safe to do spinning as exercise?

Depends: Spinning is an excellent, low impact activity. For patients with a herniated disk, it can be safe as long as it doesn't worsen symptoms. ...Read more

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I think i may have degenerate disc disease or a herniated disk how soon should I go in i can barely move and it has been a few years last few weeks ar?

I think i may have degenerate disc disease or a herniated disk how soon should I go in i can barely move and it has been a few years last few weeks ar?

Anytime, but : You must be proactive in terms of lifestyle changes including: weight control, regular exercising & not smoking. Make sure you have adequate sleep and good vitamin d/calcium intake. Most people remain functional without spine surgery for lower back pain. You may require additional treatment that may include physical rherapy, medication as well as possible pain management techniques. ...Read more

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Does a slipped disc (herniated disk) make the body look deformed?

No: A sipped or herniated disc doesn't make the body look any different unless the patient finds the pain to be less if they position themselves in an unusual way. ...Read more

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Could a slipped disc (herniated disk) make the body look deformed?

Could  a slipped disc (herniated disk) make the body look deformed?

Not really: but if the pain is associated with movement, then your body may choose to move into a position of ease and that may make you feel deformed, but generally as the disc heals you will likely go back to being normal. ...Read more

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Can a slipped disc (herniated disk) make the back look deformed?

Can a slipped disc (herniated disk) make the back look deformed?

Not really: A disc herniation itself won't cause the back to look deformed. However, if you have a back muscle spasm , due to pain, it can cause you to have a posture that makes your back appear deformed. ...Read more

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How is a herniated disc treated?

It depends: If there is potential for loss of function (muscle waisting in a limb) due to compression of the nerve root that supplies a group of muscles, if you are medically stable and considered to have good rehab potential. An experienced spine surgeon may, with your consent, offer surgery. Usually non surgical approaches precded this by days to months (traction, physiotherapy, medications). ...Read more

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How to you treat a herniated disc?

How to you treat a herniated disc?

Many different ways: We usually combine physical therapy with pain management. You may need an MRI of your spine to look at the slipped disk if you are not getting better. At times a focal pain injection or even surgery is needed to improve the pain. ...Read more

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Can I have a herniated disc and not have any symptoms?

Can I have a herniated disc and not have any symptoms?

Yes: Not only can you, but the vast majority of herniated discs are not painful. We know this by looking at many mris of patients without back pain where many herniated discs are seen. Getting a herniated disc is like getting a cold or a headache. It is part of life. Some herniated discs can cause pain, however. The art of the evaluator is to discern whether your disc is what is causing your pain. ...Read more

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How to heal herniated disc?

Most do on their own: Most herniated disks heal on their own, but is may take 3 to 6 months. Only 2% or so will go on to surgery. Sometimes injections will reduce symptoms to the point that surgery is not necessary. Try to live as normal as possible, avoiding uncomfortable positions and activities. It is probably best to avoid heavy lifting, bending, twisting for about a month. Otherwise, stay active. ...Read more

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Dr. Thomas Dowling
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Bulging Disk (Definition)

Wear and tear can cause degeneration in the vertebral column, and cause discs to deteriorate. The supportive basket, nucleus fibrosis develops small tears. A bulge is minimal perhaps a few millimeters, and is clinically insignificant, but additional disc displacement such as protrusion or herniation may compress ...Read more


Spinning (Definition)

Dizziness & ...Read more