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Modalities used in physiotherapy for ivdp

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Dr. Suhani Sethi MD

Hi, my sister has been suffering from IVDP. She is 25 years old. she is in allopathy treatment for about a month along with the physiotherapy . she has recovered almost 70% from it, but she has to travel ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Suhani Sethi ( Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist)
Dr. Praveen Tayal MD

leg. doctor diagnosed as L4 L5 IVDP without MRI scan .... Daily i am doing Physiotherapy exercises, i ...? when i was lifting the pt i got IVDP since january.... ... View answer

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Dr. Santosh Kumar A MD

due to thie IVDP and I would like to know, surgery is required to releive from this? or continuous rest will help me to recover from thsi IVDP? Kindly suggest. Regards, Sibin Varghese ... View answer

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Harsh Swarup MD

Im a 23 yr old girl suffering from IVDP. Due to the same i cannot attend my classes and is in bed rest for the past few months..i did treatment in alopathy first since ther wasnt any improvement i ... View answer

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Dr. Suchda MD

Hi my father is suffering from ivdp from 1 year, he is in allopathy treatment for about a month along with the physiotherapy. In the meanwhile DVT problem has started. Now he has stopped treatment ... View answer

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Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Minhaj Syed MD

Hi, This is a case of sciatica ,probably secondary to IVDP . Please take complete rest with neurotonics and physiotherapy.If no relief , please take an MRI SCAN of the LS Spine to rule out disc prolapse...

Dr. Muhammed Aslam MD

Hello dear, welcome to HCM forum. This need a detailed evaluation to look for causes like IVDP or other spinal problems. Kindly see an orthopedist. If spinal problems are ruled out, this just needs...

Dr. Minhaj Syed MD

Hi, L4-L5 disc compression L5 nerve root causing pain radiating to the lower limb.This has the following options 1) Rest 2) Low back exercises 3) Physiotherapy (SWD - which will relieve the muscle spasm secondary...