Intervertebral Disc Prolapse (Spinal disc herniation)
Spinal disc herniation, also known as IVDP, is a medical condition affecting the spine in which a tear in the outer, fibrous ring of an invertabal disk allows the soft, central portion to bulge out beyond the damaged outer rings. Disc herniation is usually due to age-related degeneration of the anulus fibrosus, although trauma, lifting injuries, or straining have been implicated.
Tears are almost always postero-lateral in nature owing to the presence of the posterior longitudinal ligament in the spinal canal. This tear in the disc ring may result in the release of inflammatory chemical mediators, which may directly cause severe pain, even in the absence of nerve root compression.
Disc herniations are normally a further development of a previously existing disc protrusion, a condition in which the outermost layers of the fibrous ring are still intact, but can bulge when the disc is under pressure. In contrast to a herniation, none of the central portion escapes beyond the outer layers.
We are treating IVDP cases successfully for the past 25 years and has developed our traditional ways of treating it efficiently . Even severe cases which was advised for surgery was treated by us and brought them their normal healthy life back with the grace of lord dhanwantari. In Patient admission will be needed for its treatment for a minimum duration of 21 days which may exceed depending upon the chronicity of the disease.