Regression of Cervical Radiculopathy After Laser Therapy Treatment – a Case Report.

Energy for Health, Vol. 17

Regression of Cervical Radiculopathy After Laser Treatment – A Case Report.

At the end of the treatment, the patient was pain free and, remarkably, MRI conducted to evaluate the patient 2 months after the first radiographic assessment revealed that spontaneous regression of the herniated disc had occurred, with 90% restitution of the spinal cord space

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