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I am 31 year old male, MRI report says: Partial socialization of L5 Vertebra, Mild lumbar spondylosis with annular tear with diffuse disc bulge with mild focal posterocentral and right subarticular disc protrusion at L4-L5 level causing mild thecal sac indentation, right neural foramina narrowing and mild right L5 traversing nerve root compression.

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I am 31 year old male, MRI report says: Partial socializa...
Hello Lybrate user you should go for Panchkarma therapy. You should take kati basti, PPS and basti treatment. It will decompress nerve root and give strength to your spine. After panchkarma therapy do some yoga posture. It will take 3- 6 months bt you will get complete relief.
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I am 31 year old male, MRI report says: Partial socializa...
All your complaints need treatment with powerful combination of techniques like craniosacral balancing n quantum touch which work on both physical & mental levels by balancing 3rd rhythm, musculoskeletal system, work on brain, suppressed emotions etc. Etc. You need mind management also. After mind management mind gets free out of stress or insecurity in any aspect of life. All treatment is available online. You can contact us on Lybrate. More details about the treatment on our profile/personal statement column.
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I am 31 year old male, MRI report says: Partial socializa...
Along with panchkarma wear lumbosacral belt while standing or walking cap palsineron 2 twice a day calcium with vitamin D both for 3 months avoid food producing constipation or gas.
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