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Consistent back pain, feet burning. MRI showed posterior disc bulge with mild spinal canal stenosis. Treatment?

Hi, How are you? I Suffering back pain near about since 3 years. I am also suffering feet burning and pain and upper back paid since 2 years. .Recently I have made MRI ( low back pain with radiation to both lower limbs ) My MRI finidding is -little posterior disk bulge at L4-L5 & L5-S1 levels with mild spinal canal stenosis. It is noted that I have also sleeping problems. Now how can I treatment this problems.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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1. Take herbal medication made by mixing 3 grams of khas khas grass with 3 grams sugar candy two times a day, with a glass of milk

2. Take 1 teaspoon of glucose or honey with warm water, in the morning, on an unfilled stomach

3. Fomentation with hot water is beneficial in relieving the pain. You can use a hot water bottle or an infrared lamp. This would give immediate relief from the ache

4. Massaging with turpentine oil will give relief from backache

5. Avoid sitting in same stance for long. Also, keep away from fine cushioned seats.

6. Rest on simple and rigid mattress with folded knee at correct angles.

7. Practising yogic Asanas such as Bhujangasana, Shalabhasana, Halasana, Uttanpadasana and Shavasana are sure fire ways to cure back pain
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