L4-L5 and L5-S1 Discs Bulge Treatment without Surgery | Chiropractor in Vaughan Dr. Walter Salubro

L4-L5 and L5-S1 Discs Bulge Treatment without Surgery | Chiropractor in Vaughan Dr. Walter Salubro

In this video tutorial you will learn how damage to discs, such as L4-L5 disc bulge, L4-L5 disc degeneration, L5-S1 disc bulge, L5-S1 disc degeneration, degenerative joint disease, degenerative disc disease, degenerative arthritis, how all this develops and what can be done to correct the underlying problem.

You will see what degenerative disc disease looks like on an xray and also on a spinal model. You will learn how degenerative damage to discs and joints affects your health, your mobility, your overall function, you ability to enjoy a full quality of life. You will learn what can be done to prevent spinal degeneration and also how underlying spinal problems can be corrected.

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32 COMMENTS

  1. I was diagnosed with exaggerated lumbar lordosis.through an x-ray last Nov. 2019. Then this June 2020 I had an x-ray again. The impression was accentuated lumbar lordosis. What's the difference between the two?

  2. Hi Dr, I have disc compression between. l5 s1. After couple of weeks, it recovered but again I got the pain. Pls advise me the exercise. My Dr said MRI no issues

  3. Dr Salubro, in this video are you saying that I could go to a Chiropractor & they can treat my bulging disc without me having to have a Myleogram & possibly surgery? I definitely want to avoid surgery if possible! Thank you for all your videos. They have been so helpful!!

  4. Hi Doctor, I hope I get a response from you. I’ve just been diagnosed with a L5 S1 tear, my doctor was not helpful at all in explaining what I should expect pain wise. My question for you is whether or not a tear in the L5 S1 is able to cause pain in left buttocks and cause sudden erectile dysfunction. I’m very appreciative of any response.

  5. Thank you so much doctor I have been patient on my back pain and after 5 years of pain I did MRI , results says had a small posterocenral disc bulge at L5-S1 indenting thecal sac and sparing both nerve roots with related disc dehydration.
    Your video let me know more about it thanks alot and if you see my comment please i want to doctor advice thanks in advance

  6. Great video Dr. Salubro. I've had a microdiscectomy done in 2010 to correct bulging discs at my L4-L5. I had done the cortisone shots and it just didn't do the job anymore. The neurosurgeon who performed the surgery, never told me to seek out any chiropractic care. Anyway, I was pain free for 8 1/2 years and now, I'm experiencing that sciatic pain again. I had an MRI done last week and my results were distressing. The IMPRESSION from the radiologist were as follows: 1. Severe degenerative disc disease and facet arthritis, creating sever spinal canal stenosis and bilateral foraminal stenosis at L3-L4 and L4-L5. 2. Severe degenerative disc disease at L5-S1 with bilateral foraminal stenosis.

    Can anything be done for me that does not involve another surgery? I'm really concerned about the spinal canal stenosis.

    Thank you.

    Paul

  7. This information is helping me a lot! My MRI in february said that I got bulging disc L5S1, not severe. Suddenly last week, I felt painful on my lower back until I unable to walk..got 5x teraphy, 1x acupuncture, then thanks God I got better. Do I still need to do MRI again to reconfirm my current condition? Thanks!!

  8. Sir my L4 and L5 and S1 2 indulges and I have all the time right leg severe pain whole ,my legs sometimes right and som time especially left sciatic pain plz advice, me any thing

  9. Hi I have L4-l5 l5-S1 degenerative disc ,disc bulge
    With bilaterial foraminal stenosis
    I have the urge to urinate do to this issue.
    I hope fix this issue without surgery and I'm taking oxybutynin for the bladder issues.

  10. Hey dr thanks for this video i have spinal pain since 2 months because of degenerative discs on multiple levels I would like to correct this problem please advise me what to do???

  11. How to avoid nerve damage during operation and how it could be seen by a doctor during operation.does the disc heal once it is degenerated or herniated.plz explain im details.

  12. Thank you so much Dr, I have been seeing a chiropractor here in South Africa, my mobility has improved a lot, the MRI result is exactly what you were describing on this video, I still have pains though but I'm much better after five visits, I will see her again should I have the need as I'm busy with the stretches ice and hot bottle, thanks so much

  13. Hi doctor I have to enquire about myself .i have done MRI AND ITS SHOWS DISC DESICCATION AT L4 -L5 and L5-S1 plus I have posterior annular tear with mild diffuse disc bulge.now in my right leg having heaviness and wired sensation pls guide me .doctor commenced me on med but nothing working I have continuous pain as well

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