Although every brain tumor is cause for concern, meningiomas are by far the most common, but often the easiest to treat. If you have been diagnosed with a meningioma, there are several treatment approaches that may be used, such as:
In some cases, meningiomas are diagnosed in an early stage, often because the tumor was found haphazardly when diagnosing another condition. For example, frequent headaches may warrant a CT scan to rule-out severe problems, but a meningioma may be found although it is unrelated to the symptoms.
A herniated disc occurs when the soft tissues of intervertebral discs bulge through their tougher shell and cause nerve irritation. While some people are lucky and may not have any symptoms, many people with herniated discs experience pain, weak limbs, numbness, and muscle spasms.
While severe herniated discs may require surgery, some people can self-treat the problem. The body can heal through resorption. During resorption, circulation in the affected area will increase, and your bloodstream will absorb the bulging tissue to repair itself.