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Can a slipped disc cause anterior thigh and anterior lower leg pain I have had surgery for spinal stenosis with relief 15 mos ago?
Possibly: u need to see a neurologist. There are certain nerves that inner ate those areas. The nerves come thru the spinal chord and go to their designated areas. U need to see a neurologist so he can do some tests and narrow the problem down ...Read more
Slipped disc is also known as Bulging disk. The disks are protective shock-absorbing pads between the bones of the spine (vertebrae). The disks of the spine are also referred to as intervertebral disks. Although they do not actually "slip, " a disk may move, split, or rupture. This can cause the disk cartilage and nearby tissue to fail (herniate), allowing the inner gel portion of the disk to escape ...Read more
Is dts spinal decompression therapy the best remedy without undergo an operation to cure slipped disc? Is there any side effects?
Am affected with slipped disc and taking Medicines For 5 months but not fully ok Am mastrubating regularly .To cure must I stop Mastrubating r surgery?
Rehabilitation: In my opinion, surgery for a ruptured disc in the spinal canal, should be reserved for significant reasons, as progressive weakness, numbness, pain, with/without bladder issues, or any threat/ damage to the spinal cord. Many pts will respond to physical therapy, exercise, steroid injections, and other rehab steps. A european MRI study showed many discs will dessicate and shrink over 9-10 months. ...Read more
After Taking Medicines for slipped disc am ok for 2months but again now It pains a lot .is surgery is De only cure?Anyother treatmen? im a sportperson
Last resort: Surgery useful if all conservative measures have failed, you have worsening numbness, weakness, atrophy or bladder problems, but if you can wait, it is likely that your disc may desiccate and shrink over several months. Back exercises may be valuable, especially the McKenzie protocol. ...Read more
Nyspine.com: Most herniated discs this will get better eithin six-eight weeks. If you have undergone conservative treatment within that time, but continued to have pain than surgery maybe warranted. There're minimally invasive surgeries for the cervical and lumbar spine that patients can get excellent results. ...Read more
Common sense: Alternate ice and heat. Keep bending stooping twisting and lifting to a minimum. Over-the-counter anti-inflammatories were appropriate. The worst thing you can possibly do is bend over and pick up something heavy especially if the twisting motion is involved. It is surprisingly easy to tweak your back by doing just the wrong thing at the wrong time.Building up core strength and flexibility. ...Read more
I have Slipped Disc for De Past 6 months ( L5)was not cured through Medicines In surgery stage now .can i do My sports activities after Surgery ?
Herniated disc: After the microdiscectomy for the herniated disc, there is a period of 6 weeks to 3 months where low impact sports are preferred to reduce the risk of recurrent disc herniation or delaye instability. The recovery period varies based on the type of back surgery. Discuss with your surgeon the expected time to recovery. ...Read more
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
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