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Disc herniation at two levels,pl suggest a treatment without surgery

Disc herniation at L4 L5 L5 suggest a treatment without surgery near mysore
Thu, 15 Oct 2009
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Sujok acupuncture is non medicamentous therapy to treat lumbar disc herniation. You can contact Dr Mamatha Rani in Mysore. She is an allopath practicing Sujok acupuncture.

The success rate for the lumbar disc herniation healing with Sujok acupuncture is very high. You will be glad you opted for Sujok.

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Check out orthopaedicians in Bangalore..they will be bale to tell what can be done

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