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Can a herniated disc be completely cured?

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Can a herniated disc be completely cured?

Many people suffer from herniated disc, which has become a common health issue across various age groups. It occurs due to damage or tearing of the discs located between the vertebrae of the spine, often caused by improper sitting postures, lifting heavy objects, aging, or other factors. However, there is no need to worry; at Dr. Mohamed Qura's center, there are numerous non-surgical techniques for treating herniated discs.


Dr. Mohamed Koura is considered the best doctor in this field in Egypt and the Arab world. He stays updated on the latest therapeutic techniques by actively participating in various international conferences alongside prominent foreign doctors and experts. Despite the availability of many methods for treating herniated discs, people always wonder whether recovery from herniated disc is possible permanently.


In this article, we will explore the answer to the question that occupies the minds of many who suffer from this condition.


What is a Herniated Disc?

To answer the question of whether recovery from a herniated disc is possible permanently and other inquiries that rush through the minds of those affected by this condition, it is essential to first understand what a herniated disc is and its symptoms.

A herniated disc is a condition manifested as a bulge or tear in the disc of cartilage between the vertebrae. The disc between the fourth and fifth lumbar vertebrae at the lower back is particularly prone to this tearing.

What are the symptoms of a Herniated Disc?

Symptoms of herniated disc vary and include:

  • Lower back pain.
  • Tingling and numbness in the extremities.
  • General weakness in the muscles.
  • Pain when standing or sitting.
  • Back pain when sneezing or coughing.
  • Feeling a cold sensation on one side of the body.
  • Sudden and sharp pain when performing specific movements.



What are methods of treatment of Herniated Disc?


  • There are several methods for treating herniated disc that can be pursued for recovery from this condition without surgery. Non-surgical treatment is one of the most common approaches preferred by patients recently due to its safety and the patient's well-being. Non-surgical treatment also helps alleviate pain, with various methods and techniques utilized in this therapeutic approach. Dr. Mohamed Koura is renowned among doctors in Egypt and the Middle East for his exceptional ability to successfully treat cases of failed spinal surgeries and recurrent herniated discs. This is achieved through several non-surgical techniques that others have struggled to match, including:
  •  ● Miniature endoscopy (Disc Fx) for treating lumbar and cervical disc herniation.
  •  ● Radiofrequency for treating lumbar and cervical disc herniation.
  •  ● Therapeutic injections for lumbar and cervical nerve roots.
  •  ● Percutaneous laser disc decompression
  •  ● Catheterization (Percutaneous neuroplasty)

The techniques used at Dr. Mohamed Koura's center don't stop there; there are many other methods, reaching up to twelve ways to eliminate herniated discs and pain permanently.

What are the advantages of non-surgical treatment of Herniated Disc?

We do not use the term 'surgery' just because it takes place within the operating room, and its features include the following:

  • Limited intervention, as it does not involve any incisions or surgical procedures.
  • Precise endoscopy is an easy and safe method characterized by quick execution and does not require a long time.
  • The patient does not need to stay in the hospital for a long period; they can usually leave on the same day.
  • The recovery period is short and typically limited to three days at home.
  • The possibility of avoiding the installation of screws and plates to stabilize the vertebrae after the procedure.
  • Precise endoscopy is a permanent treatment, not a temporary solution for disc herniation.
  • It can be performed as a medical procedure for all age groups, including the elderly and cases of extreme obesity.
  • The occurrence of infections is rare and almost nonexistent, as there are no wounds, bleeding, or blood transfer during the procedure.

However, the patient must follow medical instructions correctly to avoid problems afterward and ensure achieving the desired results from the treatment.

Can Herniated disc be completely cured?

After learning about herniated discs, their symptoms, and treatment methods, it's time to answer the question that concerns many people: Can herniated disc be completely cured?

Yes, it is possible to achieve a complete recovery from lumbar and cervical herniated disc pain through non-surgical interventions.

In conclusion, having learned about herniated discs and the non-surgical treatments used, if you are experiencing herniated disc issues, I advise you, dear reader, to visit Dr. Mohamed Koura's center for a prompt diagnosis and to determine the appropriate technique for your treatment before complications arise.

Book an appointment with us at the following numbers and enjoy a life without pain.