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  • Over the years I’ve had so many patients come to me with an MRI that shows a disc bulge. They are convinced the surgery will be the only thing for them. Turns out, as @dr.caleb.burgess, shows, a disc bulge is very common and they aren’t necessarily the source of peoples pain. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 💥Disc Bulges💥 - ☠️ Having a disc bulge is not a death sentence - 1) Disc Bulges can heal - 2) Disc Bulges are more prevalent as we age, many times in people with NO PAIN - 🤯Check out the chart in this graphic, which shows the percentage of people in different age groups who have disc bulges shown on MRI but do not suffer from pain or dysfunction - 📚 The review from which this data emerged looked at imaging studies between 1946 to 2014, reporting imaging findings for 3110 asymptomatic individuals (in addition to symptomatic individuals) - 💥Conclusions? - 💯 It looks as though disc bulges are more highly correlated with NORMAL AGING than with pathology/dysfunction - 📌And yes, there are times when a disc bulge may contribute to a person's pain experience
    Edward Paget •Scoliosis Expert Over the years I’ve had so many patients come to me with an MRI that shows a disc bulge.  They are convinced the surgery will be the only thing for them.  Turns out, as
@dr.caleb.burgess, shows, a disc bulge is very common and they aren’t necessarily the source of peoples pain. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
💥Disc Bulges💥
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☠️ Having a disc bulge is not a death sentence
-
1) Disc Bulges can heal
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2) Disc Bulges are more prevalent as we age, many times in people with NO PAIN
-
🤯Check out the chart in this graphic, which shows the percentage of people in different age groups who have disc bulges shown on MRI but do not suffer from pain or dysfunction
-
📚 The review from which this data emerged looked at imaging studies between 1946 to 2014, reporting imaging findings for 3110 asymptomatic individuals (in addition to symptomatic individuals)
-
💥Conclusions?
-
💯 It looks as though disc bulges are more highly correlated with NORMAL AGING than with pathology/dysfunction
-
📌And yes, there are times when a disc bulge may contribute to a person's pain experience

    Over the years I’ve had so many patients come to me with an MRI that shows a disc bulge. They are convinced the surgery will be the only thing for them. Turns out, as
    @dr.caleb.burgess, shows, a disc bulge is very common and they aren’t necessarily the source of peoples pain. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    💥Disc Bulges💥
    -
    ☠️ Having a disc bulge is not a death sentence
    -
    1) Disc Bulges can heal
    -
    2) Disc Bulges are more prevalent as we age, many times in people with NO PAIN
    -
    🤯Check out the chart in this graphic, which shows the percentage of people in different age groups who have disc bulges shown on MRI but do not suffer from pain or dysfunction
    -
    📚 The review from which this data emerged looked at imaging studies between 1946 to 2014, reporting imaging findings for 3110 asymptomatic individuals (in addition to symptomatic individuals)
    -
    💥Conclusions?
    -
    💯 It looks as though disc bulges are more highly correlated with NORMAL AGING than with pathology/dysfunction
    -
    📌And yes, there are times when a disc bulge may contribute to a person's pain experience

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oofofthelandofoof - Definitely A Human being 4 months ago

I have a question: my scoliosis doesn't just curve like an 'S', it also curves at a ridiculous slope down. My spine is chafing with my hip and pushing my organs, what should I do to remedy it? Or at least numb the pain?