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Disc Herniation Causing Recurrent Acute Low Back Pain Treated with DST Method (Discseel™)

Female Patient in Her 50's

Inquiry Contents

Started as a painful back strain 25 years ago and keeps reappearing 3~4 times a year until now. The symptoms include pain in the lower back, hips and legs, and numbness on the bottom of both feet which make it impossible to walk and move around when symptoms worsen.

Patient wished to hear the doctor’s opinion and then decide if she would like to undergo the treatment.

Diagnostic Imaging Results

Chief Complaint:
Recurring acute low back pain, left hip pain, bilateral lower limb pain and numbness.

Diagnosis:
Disc degeneration and disc herniation detected at L1/2 L2/3 L3/4 L4/5 L5/S disc levels. Believed to be suitable for DST (Discseel™) Treatment with an efficacy rate of about 73%.

Medical Condition(s):
Lumbar Disc Herniation

Treatment Method

DST (Discseel™) Treatment at 5 disc levels.