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Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video illustrates spine concept associated with low back pain. Acute low back pain: or low back pain with sciatica: – where …

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  1. Some of the topics could have been fleshed out more.

  2. of course you were helpful I love your videos you are such an awesome teacher! ❀️

  3. Very beautifully and clearly explained presentation! Thank you for making me understand better! Thank you so much from Malaysia πŸ‡²πŸ‡Ύ 17/8/2019

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  5. Sir'
    I have a MRI report
    But how may u see.
    I have a pain.

  6. Your videos are very helpful Dr.Nabil, Thank you so much you've helped me in my studies .

  7. Hi Doc Nabil. I'm 24 years old and i have lower back pain. My MRI results says I have a small 2mm central disc bulge with posterior annular tear on L5-S1. I've been undergoing Physical Rehabilitation Therapy for over 3 weeks and my condition really improved. Almost 80 to 90% of the pain is gone. I just want to know, will my bulging disc heal permanently and back to normal?

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  9. very clear teaching, thank you …

  10. Wow you videos are incredible, I am very grateful for them. Thank you

  11. Thank you very much for sharing information….please share treatment of each condition

  12. Thanks Sir very nice videos…kindly present videos of ctev , DDH and other diseases.

  13. thank you. Good one

  14. THANK FOR SHARING PROF VERY GOOD VIDEO, GOD BLESS

  15. Wonderful! Thank you for your wonderful videos!

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