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    Has anyone here FULLY recovered from a Herniated disc??

    Just curious as to how your Injury healed and have you had any relapses ?? Ive been healing fine, been able to surf and exercise ,but scared something might happen down the road? Any suggestion or input is greatly appreciated!
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    Originally Posted by surfboarder View Post
    Just curious as to how your Injury healed and have you had any relapses ?? Ive been healing fine, been able to surf and exercise ,but scared something might happen down the road? Any suggestion or input is greatly appreciated!
    I am on the road to recovery as well. I am about 7 weeks into therapy (L5/S1). I'm healing nicely and am still VERY paranoid about reinjury...subbed to see other comments.
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    Originally Posted by jwbeeler View Post
    I am on the road to recovery as well. I am about 7 weeks into therapy (L5/S1). I'm healing nicely and am still VERY paranoid about reinjury...subbed to see other comments.
    Dude, I am SO paranoid as well, I don't ever want to go through something like this again. How did you injure yourself in the first place ?
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    Originally Posted by surfboarder View Post
    Dude, I am SO paranoid as well, I don't ever want to go through something like this again. How did you injure yourself in the first place ?
    I was doing stiff-leg deadlifts. I wasn't using heavy weight, just felt a little catch in my back but continued with my set (of course). It took me 6 weeks before I gave up and went to the doctor.
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    Originally Posted by jwbeeler View Post
    I was doing stiff-leg deadlifts. I wasn't using heavy weight, just felt a little catch in my back but continued with my set (of course). It took me 6 weeks before I gave up and went to the doctor.
    That's just about the same for me but I was doing regular deads, continued on with my set as well(STUPID) and now I'm finally getting better, I've been doing a lot of stretching and PT exercises and they've helped out a lot so far. Good luck with your recovery.
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    i have two in my lumbar and one in my cervical and they healed fine. they will never be 100% again but they are probably 90% or better and i have little to no trouble with them most of the time.
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    I think disc's can be improved with frequent movement, and proper ergonomics, but I suspect there will always be a weak spot, prone to sciatica or whatever.
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