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L5-S1 annular tear
Jul 28, 2018
... I have few things to ask you. Did your husband had annular tear too. And what exercises he did and doing. ... (3 replies)
L5-S1 annular tear
Jul 27, 2018
... ay in my house doing rest and I am feeling each day better than yesterday. Earlier I was recovering at a very fast pace but now it's a very slow recovery. Can my annular tear heal on its own this way. ... (3 replies)
... of the time. The tear wouldn't have been a problem except the fragment leaked out and landed on the nerve causing problems. ... (5 replies)

... I wrote a detailed response to your question about your annular tear at my thread 'Tennisnut's ADR Diary. ... (5 replies)
... I have studied up on annular tears. Annular tears, if they are going to heal will usually heal within one year. If the tear even heals at all. Unlike a herniated disc, the annular tear has a poor capacity for healing. ... (14 replies)
... Really looking for any and all advice from fellow sufferers with annular tears. ... (6 replies)
... d can be considered one. It is very hard to heal an annular tear. Sometimes they will heal themselves in time, but I have seen little evidence of that. Do a search on this board for annular tears and you'll see the opinions. ... (16 replies)
Annular tear
Jun 24, 2009
... For annular tears, doctors are often hesitant to do surgery for them if there aren't any herniations that also show up on an MRI. ... (7 replies)
L5-S1 annular tear
Jul 27, 2018
... What happens with disc protrusion and annular tear is that the tear which is located in the outer layer of the disc allows a situation where disc material leaks out from the disc. ... (3 replies)
... A midline annular tear refers to a tear in the disc capsule which surrounds the disc that cushions the spine between two vertebrae. ... (9 replies)
... area. My general practitioner noted that the disc tear is "more than likely cause of pain. Will heal, can take a long time. ... (4 replies)
... I HOPE this surgery did the trick, but just don't trust it, as I am still in pain. Not spine pain like before, but aching. Anyone had luck healing such a large tear and how long did it take? ... (1 replies)
... mm disc protrusion posterior with associated annular tear.. My left leg and buttocks burns almost all the time... My low back burns and aches but nothing like the rest... ... (1 replies)
... posterior through the front and back it has been a long ordeal just had the surgery on 20 jan 2010 and I am still having pain in my legs the disc may heal depending on how big the tear is I had a very large tear and it was the source of my pain good luck to you in making your decision I did see a ortho surgeon. ... (9 replies)
... I too suffer from an annular tear. I first tore my disc 2 years ago and it took 8 months to find relief. It does take forever and I was in ALOT of pain couldn't do ANYTHING! ... (14 replies)
... Im new to the board and discovered this amazing site while researching my diagnosis.. Which is a T2 hyperintense anterior midline annular tear. Never having had any issues with my back prior to this, I am amazed at how much pain I am in. ... (9 replies)
... tear heal on their own? ... (1 replies)
... The spine needs to be flexible so an annular tear requires movement while healing. Gentle stretches are safe. ... (3 replies)
... an annular tear is the very beginning of a possible herniated disc, where the outer surface of the disc rips some, it is painful, but can heal---from what I've read along the way. don't quote me lol L5-S1 is the disc between these 2 vetebraes in your lower lumbar spine. (3 replies)
... I had an annular tear that 8 months after Pt, trigger point injections, and esi's, healed on it's own. Unfortunately, the disc reherniated 4 months later. ... (10 replies)

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