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In this video you will learn how to treat L4 L5 disc bulge treatment without surgery. You will find treatment options for herniated disc in lower back for the purpose of regaining normal movement and function in lower back. You will learn how a chiropractor would approach L4 L5 disc bulge treatment without surgery. Also, you will learn how to understand your lumbar spine MRI report that mentions L4 L5 disc disc bulge, L4 L5 disc herniation. Understanding L4 L5 disc bulge MRI.
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When you read about herniated disc (disc herniation of the spine) symptoms and treatment options, it may include exercises and surgery, drugs, physiotherapy, and / or chiropractic for L4 L5 disc bulge.
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There are many terms used to describe spinal disc problems, such as “herniated disc,” “disc protrusion,” and “bulging disc,” and all are used differently and, at times, interchangeably.
Herniated Disc is sometimes referred to as slipped or ruptured disc. But disc really don’t slip.
The most common region of the spine for disc bulge or disc herniation is the lower back (lumbar spine). However, a disc bulge can but more rarely happen in the neck (cervical spine).
Symptoms of a herniated disc and bulging can vary depending on the location of the herniation. A bulging disc or herniated disc can cause inflammation and lots of pain, nerve pain, back pain, leg pain, groin pain, and foot pain.
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L4, L5 disc bulge, disc herniation, disc protrusion, disc extrusion. In this video, I’m going to teach you how to interpret your MRI report if you received an MRI report from your doctor or specialist saying you have an L4, L5 disc herniation or disc bulge.
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Hi, welcome to this video. I’m Dr. Walter Salubro. I’m a Chiropractor in Vaughan and the author of Back to Health by Choice: How to Relieve Pain, Conquer Stress and Supercharge Your Health the Chiropractic Way.
And in this video, I’m not only going to teach you how to interpret and understand your MRI report but I’m also going to show you how I would interpret it as a chiropractor in terms of looking at it from a structural, corrective perspective and also show you the kind of options you have, truly, to get that taken care of and treated properly.
So, what sparked this video? Well, I received a question from one of my viewers and this is what she said. She’s 25 years old.
She says, “Dr. Walter, I have a disc bulge with post-central disc extrusion at L5 S1 level indenting the thecal sac and causing severe narrowing of bilateral, lateral recess and neural foramina with compression of the transversing and exiting nerve roots.”
She actually quoted her MRI report and she actually sent me a copy of her MRI report and I saw that word for word.
Then she goes on to say, “I was asked to consult a neurosurgeon who said that surgery is the only alternative to cure the severe pain I have while walking and sitting. He also told that if I don’t do surgery soon, chances are that my legs will get extremely weak in the future. Do you think I have any possibility of avoiding surgery in my case?”
I can really get where she’s coming from and I’ve seen many, many patients in my office that had back pain, leg pain, disruption in their lumbar spine, the lower back, and also damage to their disc.
So first of all, let me show you what these terms mean because these are very big terms on this MRI report and it’s good to understand it so you know how to position yourself in terms of what kind of options you have to take care of disc bulges or disc herniations.
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