Non-surgical hernia treatment

Non-Surgical Hernia Treatment

Low back pain is seen in many people today. Although it is seen in all age groups, it is also frequently encountered in young age groups, especially with covid disease, and most of them undergo surgical operations.

When people with low back pain apply to a doctor, MRI is often requested, and it is seen that almost every patient has a herniated disc. exp. Dr. Derya CAN asks, do you think the cause of every low back pain is a hernia in the back or what is the reason for the hernia?

Our spine consists of small vertebrae and discs that act as shock absorbers between them. The vertebral bones are connected to each other by connective tissue by making small joints with each other. When these tiny joints and the connective tissue connecting them are damaged, the spine cannot bear the load and presses on the disc in between, and finally, these discs herniate outward. If herniated discs compress the nerves, it can cause many distressing conditions, from urinary incontinence to standing miscarriage. In such acute cases, surgical operation is essential. But if these are not the case, is surgery the only solution?

We said that the ligaments and joints in the spine were damaged and the disc in between was herniated. What if we can repair these joints and ligaments and restore the spine to its former strength? The body has a self-healing ability and can repair the herniated disc itself. However, removing only the herniated disc with surgery is to eliminate the result, but the cause will continue to be there. This goes back to a new lumbar hernia after a certain period of time, and it is repeated in the form of a new surgery. In addition, in some herniated disc surgeries, the ligaments connecting the spine are also cut.

What we just mentioned was the patient group caused by low back pain and herniated disc. In another patient group, there is a herniated disc, yes, but the cause of the pain is not a herniated disc. Some patients may have damage to the ligaments connecting the spine to the hip, while others may have trigger points in large muscle groups in the hip (such as the gluteal muscles or piriformis). These patients also have surgery for herniated disc, but the pain does not go away even though the surgery went well. Because the cause of the pain is not the hernia. Treatment with prolotherapy can also be provided in these patient groups.

exp. Dr. Derya CAN Prolotherapy recommends that by injecting a very low amount of sugary serum into the damaged area, the body is reminded that there is damage in that area and that the body heals itself. Repairer cells in the body come to the injection site and form smooth and strong tissues as before. At first, the pain will not go away immediately due to this repair phase, but as the body repairs itself and healthy tissues are formed, the pain will go away permanently. After prolotherapy injections, patients are given home exercises. The more patients adapt to the hot-cold application and exercises recommended by their physician, the faster and more permanently they recover. Prolotherapy treatment is done once a month. An average of 4-6 sessions of treatment is recommended, but there are patients who can recover in a single session, and in some chronic cases, the treatment may be prolonged.

Prolotherapy treatment can also be applied to patients who have undergone surgery, which constitute almost half of all patients. Surgery is not always the only solution to get rid of your pain!..

Every operation leads to a new operation!

Would you still have surgery if you knew that there is a method that you can treat permanently?

exp. Dr. Derya CAN, with her experience of more than 50,000 cases, recommends GETAT treatments, which is the last exit on the way to the Operating Room.

Non-Surgical Hernia Treatment

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