Problem description: Today, the results of the film were taken and the imaging diagnosis: L5-S1 intervertebral disc protruded back by about 0.3 cm, local dural sac was compressed, and secondary spinal canal and left crypt stenosis occurred. Lumbar degenerative changes. is this situation very bad? Can super minimally invasive surgery be done?
Question date:2020-11-25
Patient information:Age: 37 years old Gender: Male
Question analysis: Hello, according to your description, this situation still considers the possibility of a lumbar disc herniation and compression of the nerve, and the current situation occurs.
Guide suggestion: First of all, in this case, we should do rehabilitation first. For example, we can consider traction, acupuncture and hot compress to see if the symptoms can be improved. If it does not get better, then consider minimally invasive treatment. .
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed examination