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Does ayurveda can stop my mild bulge disc pain in the middle which sometimes rarely radiates to legs? I have been doing physiotherapy exercises since a year but not much difference I felt please help what should be done? Some ayurvedic centers claim that bulged disc can be bought back to it's original position to what extent is it true? It's been a year now with the mild disc bulge which still exists and the mild pain please help what should be done there is mild pain at the lower back since a year now and sometimes to legs when I use bike (Enfield bullet) little heavy please guide the best as im only 24 years old and worried thank you.
I have low hip pain issue and especially the pain is feeling more in the left side leg fully. And I am feeling chest rips pain and neck pain while do the suryanamashar.
She has diabetes cholesterol heart problem high bp thyroid even she is also consultation orthopedics for her knee pain. please suggestion some medication or something for controlling these problems.
I am suffering from I think nerve disorder. My finger my two legs and also my join is so paining. Specially, over my feet is so paining like sometimes it was hot, sometimes it was tickle and coarse.
Sir/Mam im having pain in my back doctor told me to go for mri in report doctor told me that in spinal cord the liquid in layer are not there in 2or 3 layer and your nerve is touched by the spinal cord in base after that they gave me injection n medicine for some days im having no problem but again now im facing problems in back in nerve it goes from back to leg please help me all day im facing this problem.
Lumbar disc prolapse causes severe back pain and radiates down to one or both legs below the knee. MRI shows exact problem. After basic pain killers - rest for a week, do some physiotherapy if pain persists, a pain management specialist is needed. He will see the possibility of a root block at the nerve affected by disc prolapse. If severe degree of prolapse, endoscopic discectomy under local anesthesia is best as a day care and minimally invasive procedure.The patient usually is discharged in 12-24 hrs.