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Did you say CRURALGIA? This evening at @ myodisk.officiel we are enlightening you on the involvement of the crural nerve, or femoral nerve.

It is a nerve that exits from the 2nd, 3rd and 4th lumbar vertebrae, to travel forward into the fold of our groin (under the inguinal ligament, or crural arch). It is the largest nerve in the lumbar plexus.

It sends centrifugal information to the quadriceps and psoas muscles primarily for flexion of the knee and hip. But it also conveys centripetal sensory information from the thigh and knee to the brain, passing through the spinal cord (sensations of pressure, pain, heat …)

Cruralgia is evidenced by pain in the front part of the thigh such as tingling, tingling, electric shocks, which often wake up at night.

It is clearly highlighted by Léry’s sign: The patient is lying on his stomach, knee bent at 90 degrees, and his thigh is lifted by taking the hip in extension.

The patellar reflex is reduced or even abolished: it involves hitting the patellar tendon with a reflex hammer, the patient being seated with his knees at 90 degrees on the edge of the table in a relaxed position, and cause rapid extension of the leg.

The most common cause is a herniated disc (L2 / L3 and / or L3 / L4 discs) which presses on the origin of the nerve in the lumbar canal, at the level of the nerve roots.

Thus, the lumbar Neuro-Vertebral Decompression (DNV) will be able to gently decompress your discs, in order to regress the protrusive part in the canal and thus free this famous crural nerve, which will no longer have any reason to inflame !!!

On the road to recovery! Relax!

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