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Disc problems

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May 2013
11:10pm, 10 May 2013
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Suzi Q
That sounds like great advice Stumpy, thanks for that :D

It does seem to be about core strength and posture for me too. Since I've been doing pilates, I've realised how badly I used to run!

Thanks for the advice about stepping back too, now to follow it ;)
Sep 2016
11:09am, 28 Sep 2016
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pedro
Not run for six weeks due to periodic sharp pain in right glute and constant numb sensation to right big toe. Just had MRI results which show disc prolapse L4-L5 with a seperate fragment which is likely to be sequested causing compression of right L5 nerve root. Referred to specialist and continuing with stretching & none impact PT. Experience anyone?
Sep 2016
7:14pm, 28 Sep 2016
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Wobbling
I'm recovering from an extruded disc at c7/c6, so neck rather than lumber. It mashed the radial nerve in my right arm and, 2 months post initial injury, I still have a tiny bit of numbness in my fingers and a bit of odd neuropathic pain/sensation across my shoulder when I'm tired or having been watching my posture. I'm seeing a physiology and can't get on my bike for at least another month. He says it takes around 3 months to be symptom free
Sep 2016
7:15pm, 28 Sep 2016
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Wobbling
...and 6 months to be totally fixed.

Good luck with your recovery.
Sep 2016
7:52am, 29 Sep 2016
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pedro
Thanks Wobbling. All the best with your recovery too. It sounds like you are well on the way now.

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