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Ozone Patient

edited 12/27/2014 - 8:48 AM in New Member Introductions
Hello people I've been lurking around this site for a while. I'm currently 24 years old. I suffer from a l5 disc herniation. Anyways I was treated with ozone. I had 4 intradiscal injections and a bit disc nucleus removed with the Striker decompressor. Now the procedure did help a lot. I feel that I am stable, I do have minor sciatic pain here and there in both legs but not very debilitating as it use to be and I'm also able to walk and be 90% pain free. I do have relapses at times this year I had 2. During these times pain was like before the procedure but went away after a few weeks and walking a lot. Anyone had similar experiences with discectomy where you actually relapse from time to time and recover after a few weeks?


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