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MRI reports showed schmorl's nodes, diffuse posterior bulge compressing thecal sac. Meaning and cure?

Good Evening, my name is Kiran Bhor and my mri report s conclusion is Conclusion : Schmorl s nodes at end plate of D12, L1 and L2 level. Diffuse posterior bulge L4-5 disc with right lateral protrusion compressing thecal sac and encroaching the right neural foramen. kindly tell me what exact problem i have and remedies pls.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM
As per Schmori's nodes is concern it only requires pain management and nothing else. But the main concern is the compression at L4-5. To get rid from it both medication and surgical treatment are possible. Alone MRI report can not guide us that which treatment is best for you. Clinical examination is most important part that can help a lot.
So Consult your doctor and get the best treatment as per his advise.
Best Wishes
Answered: Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Hi Kiron,

yours is disc slip,

we advice you totake acupressure and magnetotherapy treatment from a specialist.


1 place south pole of magnet to paining place

2. massage with magnetic oil

3. drink magnetic water

hope clarified points and solution to pain
N.B; Feel free to contact for detail n magnet
Dr. A.K.Sangal
Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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