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I am suffering with l5 disk bulge problem and using I.L.Traction for pain

I am suffering with l5 disk bulge problem from may month onwards i am using I.L.Traction pain 80% released. but 20% pain is pending what to do please suggest me
Tue, 19 Jul 2011
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Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist 's  Response
welcome to healthcare magic
ur problem is prolapse intervertebral disc(pivd)
80% pain is already gone(as u mentioned) , rest 20 % is thr.
u try mcknzie approach tht is kind of back extension exercise, definitely ur pain will cum down, for tht u hv to consult an physio.
tk care
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  Anonymous's Response
I have L4-L5 disk bulging and tried physiotherapy (ILT, IFT, Ultrasound) and other pain killers/heating methods but still the same. Pain can happen at anytime of the day even after above things! Not too sure what is the way out.
  User's Response
The disk problem is quite long lasting, you can try physiotherapy. Contact your orthopedician and ask for some pain killers and physiotherapy. This will help you better.
  User's Response
See a good Orthopedician doctor in your city and take his advise. This will be better
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