What is a Bulging Disc L4/L5?
Over time, the discs in the spine can suffer normal wear and tear that occurs from repetitive movements throughout our lives. This process happens to everyone.
However, if one part of the disc has weakened more than others, it can lead to something called a disc bulge.
This describes the event where the strong outer fibres of the disc split and the inner part of the disc “bulges” out towards the nerve roots at the back of the spine,
What are the possibilities for strengthening L1 fracture bone. Surgery was not recommended but not recovered.
Strengthening-exercise are important to improve the lumbar stabilization by strengthening the muscles of the lower back, strengthening the patient’s supportive axial musculature (in particular the spinal extensors) but also the muscles of the trunk. Exercises should focus on strengthening back extension and may include weighted or unweighted prone position extension exercises, isometric contraction of the paraspinal muscles, and careful loading of the upper extremities.
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