I am suffering from Disc Prolapse.My reports are-1)Loss of Cervical Lordosis
2)Posterior bulge of C4-C5 disc on left side compressing theca and left exiting nerve
3)Posterior diffuse bulge of of C3-C4 and C5-C6 indenting theca and both existing nerve.
Even I underwent Electromyogram (EMG) and Nerve Conduction Studies which shows everything normal.
After doing lot of Physiotherapy its not recovering.
Can I opt for Ozone Therapy/Ozonucleolysis?
Ozone therapy for disc prolapse is approved in Europe, but my understanding is that it is permitted in only one state in the United States. That may have changed. The results are mixed. Done under the supervision of an experienced physician there should be no lasting side effects if the procedure does not work, so I would give it a try before more drastic surgical intervention.
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