How to treat intervertebral hernia?

Intervertebral hernia or, in other words, herniated disc, this is one of the most difficult and dangerous diseases of musculoskeletal system. And yet - this is the most common disease, a disease that affects many people, and that there is nothing as severe manifestations of osteochondrosis. What is the spine? It is interconnected vertebrates discs of the vertebrae. Himself intervertebral disc has an oval shape. It consists of two parts - elastic nucleus pulposus in the center, in other words, a shock absorber, and a dense fibrous ring at the periphery of the disk. Fibrous ring holds the pulpous nucleus from displacement under the influence of the weight of the human body. It is because of diseases such as scoliosis, osteochondrosis, as well as possible subluxations of the vertebrae and intervertebral discs lose their elasticity. As a result, the discs bulge. This is an intervertebral hernia.How does the treatment of intervertebral hernia? There are two ways of treating the disease - operative and non-operative. More recently, the question of non-surgical treatment of intervertebral hernia caused doctors ' skepticism. But in our days it is non-surgical treatment of this disease is practised in most cases. Conservative treatment does not mean lack of treatment. What, then, is most commonly practiced approach to treatment? Primary treatment - a comprehensive approach. For the conservative treatment of intervertebral hernia apply reflexology, kinesitherapy, physiotherapy, cryotherapy, as well as therapeutic massage and joint exercises. If applied correctly, this method of treatment of intervertebral hernia it first ceases to disturb the patient, and then decreases and eventually disappears altogether. Ate all the same doctors believe that in this particular case, conservative treatment will not have the desired result, and still need to operate it, then it is important that surgical treatment occurred in the complex. Traditional methods of surgical treatment is diskectomy - removing the disk, and then formed a stationary splicing the two vertebrae. But recently practiced microsurgical operations. In the course of their reduced trauma to tissue. In addition, the faster the process postoperative rehabilitation. So, if we agree to the surgery - minimally invasive.

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