The major part of these issues includes disc bulges and protrusions, which can manifest as irritating pains, numbness, tingling sensations, loss of mobility, burning sensations, and bowel/bladder issues.
Based on our experience in treating these issues for the past 15 years, we would like to address some common questions and provide Ayurvedic solutions:
If surgery is not opted for, what happens to the nucleus pulposus of the protruded disc within the spinal cord? Does it disappear or remain in the canal?
Answer: In the case of massive disc herniations, the volume usually reduces over time. By the six-month mark, the size of the protruded material typically decreases to one-third of its original size.
Do disc herniations cause recurrent clinical symptoms?
Answer: If a patient shows improvement with therapies, approximately 80% of disc herniations will experience sustained improvements.
Is there a risk of nerve damage resulting from the Ayurvedic approach?
Answer: No, if managed under proper guidance, disc prolapses do not carry the risk of major nerve damage.
Is it safe to adopt Ayurvedic management instead of surgery for cases of disc-related complaints?
Answer: Surgery is not necessary if there are no red flags. Ayurvedic managementcan be a safe alternative for disc-related complaints.
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