herniated disk + golf

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herniated disk + golf

Postby skumar » Tue Jul 26, 2005 9:58 pm

I herniated my disk (MRI -L4L5) from a fall. I have not been able to run or golf. The pain has gone away, but does come back once in awhile. I would like to start playing golf again but somewhat "chicken". Any advise!
Thanks.
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Postby Bill » Wed Jul 27, 2005 12:26 pm

Hi Skumar,

The fact that the pain does go away is a good sign. Means that more than likely you are in the 90% range of people who can rebuild their backs. Your best bet would be to get Dean's book and give the basic exercises a try for about a month before you start to ease back into your old sports activities. Rebuilding your back is a lot easier than you might think.

Also be sure to read The Truth About Herniated Discs.

Bill
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herniated disk + golf

Postby skumar » Wed Jul 27, 2005 10:12 pm

[quote="Bill"]Hi Skumar,

The fact that the pain does go away is a good sign. Means that more than likely you are in the 90% range of people who can rebuild their backs. Your best bet would be to get Dean's book and give the basic exercises a try for about a month before you start to ease back into your old sports activities. Rebuilding your back is a lot easier than you might think.

Bill[/quote]

Bill,

Thanks for the reply and advise. I will get Dean's book and give it a try.

Skumar
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