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Operation for Herniated Disc, is it necessary?

Operation for Herniated Disc, is it necessary?

Operation for Herniated Disc, is it necessary?

Herniated discs are one of the main causes of sciatica and back pain, even 80% of people with this discomfort will suffer it in the lower back.

An alarming fact reveals that young people of 26 years already have herniated discs in their spine even if they do not even know it since the size determines the degree of pain and the involvement of nearby nerves, which is why it is the main cause of sciatica.

For a long time, surgical operation has been the main medical treatment, however, spine specialists have given positive opinions about natural treatments that relieve pain and correct its cause.

Why is a herniated disc operation not the best alternative?

In addition to the high risk that the patient runs when undergoing an operation on the spine since it consists of extracting the damaged intervertebral disc that is pressing on a nerve root that causes pain. A third of the patients do not present any improvement and live with pain after surgery since the root of the problem is not corrected.

It is important to know that the main cause of a herniated disc is due to spasms of the deep intervertebral muscles, which are difficult to access, even for massage therapists and chiropractors since they require several sessions to reach them, making it a costly process. patients end up abandoning it.

If this cause is not addressed, even if the operation is chosen, a new herniated disc may reappear.

However, orthopedic technology has put home use devices within our reach to access the deeper muscles of the spine and thus avoid surgery.

These tools eliminate deep spinal spasms that have compressed vertebrae and discs, this effect allows herniated discs to regenerate through the arrival of correct blood circulation with the necessary nutrients so that the cartilage returns to its normal shape.

Along with this, it is necessary to have positive lifestyle habits such as taking care of weight, doing moderate exercise and stretching, taking care of posture, or taking supplements to strengthen cartilage.