Treating post-surgery recurrence for lumbar disc herniation in a man in his 70s - DST Method (Discseel™)
Patient underwent spinal fusion surgery for lumbar disc herniation 2 years ago. Symptoms improved but at the beginning of this year, he began to experience pain in a different part of the back.
In addition, patient experienced numbness, and lack of strength in both legs. As undergoing surgery again will be tough on him, he is hoping to receive treatment at this hospital.
Diagnostic Imaging Results
Pain in from the lower back to both sciatic nerve regions. History of artificial bone graft surgery in the spine.
In April this year, patient injured his lower back climbing the stairs and symptoms developed from there. He is currently undergoing rehabilitation treatment.
After spinal fusion surgery at L4/5, lumbar disc degeneration and lumbar disc herniation combined with spinal stenosis (LCS) detected at L3/4 L5/S disc levels.
Considered to be suitable for the DST (Discseel™) Treatment with an efficacy rate of about 73-80%.
Medical Condition(s): Lumbar Disc Herniation
DST (Discseel™) Treatment at 3 disc levels.