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Herniated Disc Treatment in Pakistan

Herniated Disc Treatment in Pakistan

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Herniated Disc Symptoms, Causes, and Stem Cell Treatment

A herniated disc is a common disorder that can be caused by an injury or trauma to the spine. Herniated discs are often caused when the outer ring of cartilage in your spinal disk becomes too thick and compresses against the inner ring. The result is pain, numbness, tingling, weakness, and/or other symptoms in parts of your body controlled by that specific nerve root. Fortunately, there are many treatment options available for herniated disc patients these days including stem cell therapy. This article will explore what herniated discs are, their symptoms and causes as well as treatments available for this condition today.

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What is a Herniated Disc?

What is a Herniated Disc

A herniated disc often referred to as a slipped disk, is a condition that can occur when the outer ring of cartilage in your spinal disk becomes too thick and compresses against the inner ring.

This can cause pain, numbness, tingling, weakness, and/or other symptoms in parts of your body controlled by that specific nerve root. Herniated discs are most often caused by injury or trauma to the spine but can also be caused by overuse of the spine. This condition is quite common and may affect people of all ages at some point in their life, particularly those who work on computers for long periods or athletes who play sports that engage their backs. The condition is also more common in individuals with diabetes, arthritis, pregnancy, and obesity.

Symptoms of Herniated Disc

There are many possible symptoms associated with herniated discs including pain that can be severe due to nerve irritation; tingling or numbness often radiating down one or both arms or legs; weakness in the arms or legs; difficulty walking or standing up straight; a feeling of ‘pins and needles’; and problems with bladder or bowel control. The specific symptoms you experience will depend on the location of your herniated disc, as well as the severity of the condition. Moreover, The main symptoms of a herniated disc can also be pain, numbness and weakness in the back and legs. The pain may be constant or come and go. It may get worse when you move, cough or sneeze. You may also feel a tingling or burning sensation in your legs.

Causes of the Herniated Disc

Herniated discs can be caused by an injury or trauma to the spine. This may include a fall, car accident, sports injury, or repetitive strain from work or other activities. The condition can also be caused by overuse of the spine and is more common in individuals with diabetes, arthritis, pregnancy, and obesity.

Stem Cell Therapy for Herniated Disc

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Before resorting to surgery or medications, stem cell therapy may be the solution you are looking for. Stem cells have been used for regenerative purposes in many countries around the world. Various types of stem cells can help with tissue regeneration and repair including umbilical cord stem cells and amniotic stem cells which are highly effective for herniated disc treatment. These cells help to reduce inflammation, stimulate nerve growth, and promote the healing of tissues. In many cases, stem cell therapy can provide long-term relief from herniated disc symptoms without the need for surgery or harmful medications.

Are you suffering from a herniated disc or bulged, slipped, ruptured disc?

We at R3 Stem Cell Pakistan offer stem cell therapy using umbilical cord stem cells and amniotic stem cells for the treatment of herniated discs and other conditions. Our clinic is based in Islamabad, Pakistan but we also have patients from all over the world. We’ve helped thousands of people get back to their lives with our effective treatments.

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