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Voluminous-expelled hernias

The images that follow are the NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) of 12 patients, both male and female, of varying ages.
In each image the presence of slipped discs before the therapy (NMR PRE-NIVAR) is highlighted with red circles, and then with yellow circles the area is highlighted where the slipped disc was present before the therapy (NMR POST-NIVAR).
Comparing PRE-NIVAR with POST-NIVAR we can observe the effective massive reduction, or even the complete re-absorption and disappearance of the initial slipped disc- without the use of medicines, and without the use of surgical operations.





Case 1: male patient of 44 years.
NMR in sagittal sect. PRE and POST therapy NIVAR: there is an enormous expelled herniated disc L4-L5.
After 2 cycles of therapy, there isn’t a trace of the initial herniated disc, which has been completely re-absorbed.

Case 1: the same male patient of 44 years.
NMR in axial sect. PRE and POST therapy NIVAR: there is the same enormous expelled herniated disc L4-L5, completely re-absorbed after 2 cycles of therapy.



Case 2: female patient of 34 years.
Before the therapy there is an expelled herniated disc L5-S1.
NMR in sagittal and axial sect., PRE-NIVAR.

Case 2: the same female patient of 34 years.
After the therapy, the initial expelled herniated disc L5-S1 has been re-absorbed.
NMR in sagittal and axial sect., POST-NIVAR.



Case 3: male patient of 41 years.
There is an expelled herniated disc L4-L5.
NMR in sagittal and axial sect, PRE and POST therapy NIVAR.
After the therapy, the herniated disc has been re-absorbed.

Case 3: the same male patient of 41 years.
Detail of the NMR axial sect. of the herniated disc, PRE and POST therapy NIVAR, we see the herniated disc has been re-absorbed at the end of the therapeutical cycle.



Case 4: male patient of 32 years.
The NMR PRE-NIVAR, in axial and sagittal sect., shows a large expelled herniated disc L5-S1, better visible in the enlarged details.

Case 4: the same male patient of 32 years.
From the NMR POST-NIVAR, in axial and sagittal sect., the initial herniated disc has disappeared, having been re-absorbed.



Case 5: male patient of 34 years.
The PRE-NIVAR NMR highlights an expelled herniated disc L4-L5 and a protrusion L5-S1.
NMR sagittal and axial sect.

Case 5: the same male patient of 34 years.
As can be clearly seen, after the NIVAR therapy, the initial herniated disc L4-L5 as well as the protrusion L5-S1 have disappeared.
NMR axial and sagittal sect. POST-NIVAR.



Case 6: female patient of 41 years.
From the NMR PRE-NIVAR- sagittal and axail sect., a quite pronounced herniated disc L5-S1 can be seen.

Case 6: the same female patient of 41 years.
As can be seen, and particularly from the NMR details, at the end of the first cycle of NIVAR therapy, the herniated disc has been almost completely re-absorbed.
NMR POST-NIVAR, axial and sagittal sect.



Case 7: female patient of 42 years.
NMR PRE-NIVAR, sagittal and axial sect., with details, highlighted an expelled herniated disc L5-S1.

Case 7: the same female patient of 42 years.
From the NMR POST-NIVAR, sagittal and axial sect., we can see that, at the end of the therapeutic cycle, the herniated disc has been re-absorbed.



Case 8: male patient of 43 years.
NMR PRE-NIVAR, sagittal and axial sect., highlights an expelled herniated disc L5-S1.

Case 8: the same male patient of 43 years.
At the end of the first therapeutic cycle, the initial herniated disc L5-S1 has been almost completely re-absorbed and removed.



Case 9: female patient of 59 years.
The images show the NMR PRE- and POST-NIVAR, in which is highlighted an expelled herniated disc L4-L5, which, at the end of the therapy, as evident from the NMR POST-NIVAR, has been completely re-absorbed and eliminated.



Case 10: male patient of 48 years.
The NMR PRE-NIVAR highlights a particularly large expelled herniated disc L5-S1, as it is possible to see from the detailed sagittal and axial sect.
Following the NIVAR therapy, the initial expelled herniated disc of large dimensions has disappeared- having been completely re-absorbed, as can be seen from the details of the RMN POST-NIVAR axial and sagittal sect.



Case 11: female patient of 56 years.
The RMN PRE-NIVAR, sagittal and axial sect., shows an enormous expelled herniated disc L5-S1.
In the same image we can see, in the NMR POST-NIVAR, again sagittal and axial sect., that the initial herniated disc has disappeared, having been re-absorbed- thanks to the NIVAR therapy.



Case 12: female patient of 48 years.
In this last case, we propose to show the effects of the NIVAR therapy as well on cervical herniated discs- which are also very common.
From the NMR PRE-NIVAR sagittal sect., we can see two cervical herniated discs: C5-C6 and C6-C7.
At the end of the therapeutical cycle, as we can see from the NMR POST-NIVAR sagittal sect., the two herniated discs are significantly reduced, having been almost completely re-absorbed.

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