The herniated disc L4-L5, protrusion, MRI signs of degenerative disc disease
Question by Anna:
Hello! I have a herniated L4-L5 disc. Protrusion of the intervertebral discs. MRI signs of osteochondrosis of the lumbar spine. Tell me, can this be cured and how? And then tired to walk and be afraid to do sharp movements, to live in. Sometimes even the posture align can't. And tell me, with such a diagnosis to the gym?
When intervertebral hernia strengthening of the muscular frame back using physical therapy is one of the most effective procedures to prevent pain in the back. The list of exercises prescribed by a specialist.
When the gym is strictly prohibited lifting heavy objects. To heal what has been destroyed, it is impossible. Prolapse of intervertebral disc and protrusion are organic disorders. To get rid of them is impossible, but you can prevent pain in the lower back. If your back muscles are strong, they will be able to support the spine, to prevent narrowing of the intervertebral spaces and entrapment of the nerve root.
It Should be understood that in order to heal, you must prepare for regular and constant physical stress. The wearing orthopedic corset also will help maintain the spinal column in the correct position. Should be put in between exercises.
Well, remember that radicular syndrome treated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). However, they provoke stomach ulcer, therefore, are assigned a course no more than 7-10 days with breaks.