Can slip disc be fixed?
If the slipped disc compresses one of your spinal nerves, you may also experience numbness and pain along the affected nerve. In severe instances, you may require surgery to remove or repair the slipped disc.
How long does slipped disc take to heal?
A slipped disc in the lumbar region of the spine (the lower back) can press on the sciatic nerve and cause pain that often radiates down one leg and into the foot. Most people recover from a slipped disc within six weeks without treatment.
Can you pop a slipped disc back in?
The discs will bulge or herniated, causing spinal damage and likely a life with chronic pain. Even the slightest increase in spacing can be enough to allow a herniated disc to pop back into place or relieve pressure from a compressed nerve.
Can a slipped disc be pushed back into place?
So the fact that you cant feel it means that you cant tell if they are out, calcified or anything else and for the same reason you cant just push discs back into place. Even if you could push on them, the problem then would be that they are very hard structures that dont move easily.