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How do you treat someone who has been diagnosed with inguinal and intervetebral disc hernia?

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Dr. Mark Weston
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
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In brief: Evaluate and treat

Treat and evaluate one at a time not a the same time ther both often treatable with high rates a individual success beware that femoral nerve intraentin groin may feel much likes l4root problem that disc herniation usually occurs at l3-4 diagnostic spine injection will confirm pain generator both conditions can be a symptomatic.

In brief: Evaluate and treat

Treat and evaluate one at a time not a the same time ther both often treatable with high rates a individual success beware that femoral nerve intraentin groin may feel much likes l4root problem that disc herniation usually occurs at l3-4 diagnostic spine injection will confirm pain generator both conditions can be a symptomatic.
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