Prolapsed Intervertebral Disc
Lumbar disc herniation (LDH) is a common low back disorder. It is one of the most common diseases that produces low back pain and/or leg pain in adults. A herniated disc is a displacement of disc material (nucleus pulposus or annulus fibrosis) beyond the intervertebral disc space. This herniation process begins from failure in the innermost annulus rings and progresses radially outward. The damage to the annulus of the disc appears to be associated with fully flexing the spine for a repeated or prolonged period of time. The nucleus loses its hydrostatic pressure and the annulus bulges outward during disc compression.
Other names used to describe this type of pathology are: prolapsed disc, herniated nucleus pulposus and discus protrusion
Eliminate pain and stiffness, Regain mobility and flexibility, Strengthen the back muscles, Repair joint damage and bone loss, Reverse the disease cause and Return to active life.
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