Case Study: Management of Prolapsed Lumbar Intervertebral
Spontaneously disappearing lumbar disc protrusion
The patient is a year-old male who presents with a 6-month history of increasing low back and buttock pain. He sustained a twisting injury when hit by another soccer player and landing awkwardly during a game. He denied any pain below his knee. There was no loss of bowel or bladder control.
Metrics details. To investigate the effect of lumbar and sacroiliac joint SIJ manipulation on pain and functional disability in patients with lumbar disc herniation LDH concomitant with SIJ hypomobility. Patients who had sequestrated disc herniation were excluded.
Show all documents Comparative analysis of lumbar stabilisation exercises Versus general spinal exercises in the rehabilitation of lumbar disc prolapse Lumbar stabilization is an active form of exercise used in physical therapy. It is designed to strengthen muscles to support the spine and helps to prevent disc prolapse.