My wife hasen't been able to walk for 3 weeks now. The MRI revealed a bad buldging herniated disk L5 S1. We tried accupuncture, no good. Her accupuncture Dr said that he was not treating that area, and now he knows the area he assures me he can help her. Went to see Neurosurgon who gave us options.1.Epidural shots--he was not very confident in the outcome of the treatment because of the size of the Herniation. Surgery was the other. She is scheduled on Tuesday. Anyone have any thoughts? The quality of her life is non-existant. Is this the right move or do we have other options?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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