OPTIONS FOR TREATING A HERNIATED DISC
“Is A Herniated Disc A Permanent Disability For Most Patients?”
by Dr. Scott Hodges
It should not be a permanent disability. You should be able to treat it either unoperably or with an operation. And with an operation, most of the time (almost always), you should be able to return to an active lifestyle.
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MOST COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT CERVICAL DISC HERNIATION
- How serious is a herniated disc?
- What does a herniated disc feel like?
- Can a herniated disc heal on its own?
- What should you not do when you have a herniated disc in the neck?
- What is the fastest way to heal a herniated disc in the neck?
- Is herniated disc in the neck a permanent disability?
- Can a herniated disc in the neck heal without surgery?
- What is the best treatment for treating a herniated disc in the neck?