India herniated disc therapy is a growing industry as the modern medical system slowly develops in this enormous and hugely populous country. Medical diagnostic imaging, such as MRI, is becoming far more commonplace in the Indian healthcare system, causing many patients to be positively identified with herniated discs and degenerative disc disease. Of course, this means that more patients will be seeking treatment for disc issues which are both correctly identified as the actual source of their agonizing symptoms or possibly misdiagnosed as such.
like other areas of the world, many patients will be mislead into
believing their pain is due to perfectly innocent and coincidental minor
disc conditions and will have little hope for finding lasting relief
from their back or neck pain, since their treatments will not be
targeting the real underlying sources of pain.
India is a quickly expanding medical market with modern systems fast replacing or complementing traditional healing practices, such as Ayurveda. Spinal issues are particularly prevalent in Indian society and so many native Indians and expats alike suffer from chronic dorsalgia.
As diagnostic tools catch up with the demand for patient services, more people than ever have been diagnosed with bulging and ruptured intervertebral discs and a great number of the readers of The Cure Back Pain Network who write in with questions and stories come from India, Pakistan and the surrounding region. Of course, this makes me want to help these patients more than ever, since I recognize the great demand for quality information relating to spinal concerns on the Indian subcontinent.
Unfortunately, the poorest people in India still have little access to diagnostic tools or proper treatment for any serious health issue. While the country is rapidly expanding, and growing in leaps and bounds, it will take a long time to institute health coverage for all.
The back pain treatment sector is growing terribly fast and herniated disc treatment leads the way. Ironically, the main reason for this expansion is to serve expats and foreign patients in many cases, utilizing the process of medical tourism. However, the development of the infrastructure needed to support better hospitals and private clinics will eventually help the domestic population also enjoy far more treatment options for certified disc pathologies.
In the coming years, expect an increase in available herniated disc surgeries and also more conservative care, such as non-surgical spinal decompression systems, like the DRX9000 or AccuSpina.
Remember, whether you are an Indian with full access to available treatment, limited access or virtually no access, there are still ways to become more involved in your own care. Gaining knowledge is always the best way to increase the chances of finding herniated disc relief and preventing yourself from falling victim to the incredibly common prevalence of misdiagnosis in the back pain industry.
Take time to learn all you can about your pain and understand the potential causes. There are many quality web-based resources out there to help, for free. All you need is some internet service to reach this data.
Remember too that if you are being treated by a doctor or complementary healthcare provider, you must ask questions and demand answers which make sense. Do not simply surrender to their whim without even understanding their diagnosis, prognosis and treatment recommendations.