Can Disc Come to Natural Place

Are you worried about your disc disease? Do you have feelings that you will never get your pain under control? If so, then we have good news for you. It surprises everybody that your slipped disc can not only be controlled but can also be restored to its normal position. Let’s talk about how your problem can heal.

So answer to your question- can disc come to natural place is- YES!!

Sukhayu is in this field since 12 years and in these years we tasted failures and success both. Success was much more evident. We got some wonderful reports where MRI changed completely. And answer to the question- can disc come to natural place- was given by these MRIs.

This case study you can find on the link treatment for disc bulge in l3-l4 and l4-l5

How can disc come to natural place?

There is a counter question! Why cannot a disc come to natural place? The answers is one that disc is not a living tissue. It is just a collaboration of proteins. Is this the reason disc doesn’t come back to the normal? But when we look at the pathological behaviour behind a disc condition. There are two things which are common-

  1. You will find a proper cause in every case. This cause might be mechanical or pathological.
  2. Behind every disc problem there is one or another factor which is easy to turn down.

Because a slip disc associates with tear in the outer covering of intervertebral discs. The soft centre of a slipped disc sticks out due to damage in the outer surrounding which causes pressure on the nerves adjacent to it. This causes pain, numbness, muscle weakness and tingling sensation.

Symptoms of a slipped disc would include:

  • Numbness on one side of the body
  • Back pain
  • Muscular weakness
  • Paralysis
  • Tingling and burning sensation

There is possibility that even at chronic stage, slipped disc symptoms don’t appear. Gradually, the condition may reach to extreme levels and it becomes difficult to treat a ruptured disc. Nonetheless, Sukhayu in Jaipur has a range of procedures that are especially developed to help patients restore their spinal discs to normal posture.

Our team ensures ancient practice of Ayurveda in Jaipur. Sukhayu, the Ayurvedic hospital is best known for its Ayurvedic healing practices like Panchakarma for healing Slipped Disc problems. We aim to bring total relief from acute to chronic conditions that even western methods can’t provide and your body’s ability to heal can actually increase.

How do we answer: Can disc come to natural place

can disc come to natural place

These reports are the best evidences. To tell you when Ayurvedic treatment is planned properly. Ayurvedic treatment for slip disc  bring your disc to its actual place. When it is all about surgery, surgery can only ensure the removal of the bulged part of the disc. Surgery won’t help you in restoration of the disc to its natural location.

Three dimensional treatment to ensure bring back disc to normal!

Panchakarma is a set of five steps that overall detoxifies your body and purify it. Internal methods involve Niruha Basti, Anuvasana Basti, Nasya and Virechana. Furthermore, external treatments include Kati Basti, Greeva Basti, Pottali, Pizhichil and Lepam.

Sukhayu will focus on cleaning doshas from your body. Our approach based treatments not only treat a backache but also helps to cure many other diseases. We use medicated oils that cleanses and lubricates you from inside. Our instructors will advice you the type of Ayurvedic therapy you should choose according to your condition.

Altogether, with these natural methods, patients suffering from slipped disc can attain permanent relief. Besides recovery, Sukhayu can only assure that the problem can rectify completely.

Seeking cure? Visit our office in Jaipur. Our world-class team will make sure to provide you the best assistance. Thus you need to share the MRI scan with us. So that we can guide you better that- how long and what it will take to heal your disc in a better way. And answer to your question- Can Disc Come to Natural Place is surely YES at Sukhayu.