Can A Herniated Disc Heal On Its Own?

If you are suffering from the pain of a herniated disc, you might be wondering if it could heal on its own with enough ice, rest and Advil. The answer is that it depends on the circumstance. In this blog, I’ll describe what happens when a disc herniates, and discuss what treatment I prefer and why. Read on.

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