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Healing a central annular tear naturally

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doctor1 MD

): "slightly dehydrated 4th lumbar disc with broad right sided, partly foraminal annular tear tangent right L5 ... Syndrome. But the MRI report says I have right sided annular tear, and my recent symptoms are more right ...

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. Impression: L5s1 disc disease with a tiny focal annular tear at the midline. No significant central canal ... answer if your familiar with this type of injury (l5s1) bulging disc with tiny annular tear. mild ...

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What would be the best exercises for me rehab an Annular tear in C4 C5? My Orthopedic Surgeon told me that I have an annular tear in C4 C5 and I had ACDF on C5 / C6 6 month ago so do not want to have ...

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. My mi impression reads: 1. Annular tear with right dorsal lateral disk extrusion at l4-l5 level. There is a right lateral recess and central spinal canal stenosis with moderate forming stenosis. 2. Annular tear ...

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The area that is circled in the center, is that the annular tear? Also whats the area circled towards to bottom? ...

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mri says central annular tear l5-s1 indenting the thecal sac,i would like to know specially wt do ... query here..mri says .central annular tear l5-s1 \ ...

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I had an MRI of my lumbar region and the report says at L5-S1 there is central bulge with annular tearing effacing the ventral epidural fat only. Also, the is disk desiccation at L2 through S! and also ...

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can central annular tear w/ protrusion (both sides w/ left more severe cause cold sweats) last epidural was at L5 S1 both sides on 4/15/13. after inj. at L4 L5/S1 left side only on 4/9/13 made symptoms ...

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1.     Diffuse bulges posterocentral annular tear with broad bases central protrusions at L3-L4 .... 2.     The L4-L5 disc shows diffuse bulge, left central extrusion with inferior migration causing ...

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I am a 43yr old white male just diagnosed with L4-5 Concentric disc bulg with posterior central annular tear. Moderate facet arthropothy is present. Mild indentation of thecal sac and minimal bilateral ...

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superimposed annular tear and that has a mass effect upon the existing L5 and s1 nerve will surgery take care ...I had an mri in may that said I had a central herniated disc. I had an epidural injections 3 weeks ...

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. Had MRI and central disc protrusion with superimposed annular tear at the L4-L5 level leads to mild ... disc protrusion with superimposed annular tear at the L1-L2 level. ...

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i am a 30 y/o female. i had a MRI done and it says: T10-T11 focal central disc herniation with an associated posterior annular tear that impinges upon the anterior thecal sac which extends up to the ventral ...

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L5-S1disc suggestive of disc desiccation with annular tear and large central disc as per my mri rpt above is my problem and the doctor advise me to go for surgery. I just want ask you is this the only ...

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sir iam 22 years old and ihave been diagonised by 1. degenerative disc diseasese with disc desiccation at l4 and l5. 2. mild annular tear at l4 and l5 with associated significant postero central disc ...

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doctor1 MD

It's not normal please consult neurosurgeon for further treatment please hit thanks

doctor1 MD

No need to worry much. Avoid heavyweight lifting. Avoid strenuous exercise. Start calcium and vitamin d3 supplements too. Start physiotherapy. Please hit thanks.

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you have not writn name of disease and symptomps what is the problem you are talking nothing written write again full complaints