Tarlov or Perineurial Cysts
Are you or someone you love suffering from perineural cysts and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including perineural cysts with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our perineural cysts sound therapy CD doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our perineural cysts sound therapy CD’s help by:
- Decrease or minimize occurrence of sciatica, headaches, and constipation
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction to Perineural Cysts Sound Therapy
Tarlov or Perineurial Cysts are sacs that contain cerebrospinal fluid and typically affect nerve roots in the sacrum. These cysts can compress nerves and cause a variety of symptoms, including lower back pain, sciatica, urinary incontinence, headaches, constipation, sexual dysfunction, and loss of feeling or movement control in the leg or foot. Nearby nerve pressure can also cause bone deterioration and pain.
Treatment options for these cysts are limited because they tend to refill after drainage or shunting. However, sound therapy has proven effective in managing Tarlov or Perineurial Cysts. Our Universal Sound Healing Sessions work based on the principle that everything in the world vibrates at specific frequencies. When your body is inflamed or hurting, it’s not vibrating at the correct frequency. Our therapy sessions help your body recall the frequencies it should be operating at and make the necessary changes to heal itself.
Our sound therapy protocol aims to reduce inflammation, increase blood flow, open lymph ducts, and calm nerves to relieve pain caused by Tarlov or Perineurial Cysts. We have several years of experience in sound therapy and have witnessed its effectiveness on many clients suffering from these cysts. Whether you believe in our therapy or not, your body craves wellness and balance, and our therapy can help achieve that.
We offer a satisfaction guarantee because we are confident in our product, which is rare in the medical industry. If you try our sound therapy for Tarlov or Perineurial Cysts and it doesn’t work for you, we will gladly refund your money. Give our therapy a chance to relieve you of your pain.
Short Description of Perineural Cysts
Perineural cysts also known as Tarlov cysts are fluid-filled sacs that form on the nerve root sheath, most commonly in the sacral region of the spine but they can also occur anywhere on the spine as well.
Symptoms of Perineural Cysts
Most cases of perineural cysts are asymptomatic but they can grow in size resulting to pain.
- Lower back pain (sciatica)
- Urinary incontinence
- Sexual dysfunction
- Loss of feeling or control of movement in the leg or foot.
About Perineural Cysts
Perineural cysts, containing nerve fibers from the spine, have a higher likelihood of occurring in women than men. Patients are usually unaware of their existence as these cysts do not typically present any symptoms. However, these cysts can become enlarged, filled with spinal fluid, and press against nearby nerves, causing pain in the lower back, legs, and buttocks in rare cases. During routine examinations, these cysts are often overlooked, and imaging techniques are necessary for accurate diagnosis.
Draining the cysts may provide temporary relief, but surgery is the only definitive solution to prevent them from returning or becoming problematic again. However, surgery is often a last resort and may not always be successful, leaving patients with further complications. Early diagnosis is essential as failing to treat symptomatic cysts may lead to permanent nervous system damage.
Perineural cysts typically do not cause symptoms, but pain is the most common symptom associated with them. Enlarged cysts may compress the sciatic nerve and cause sciatica. This condition is characterized by sudden, sharp pain or mild, dull aches in the lower back, buttocks, and sometimes down the back of the legs. In addition, numbness in the same areas and muscle weakness in the legs and feet may occur. Severe cases may lead to a loss of bladder control, constipation, and even sexual function.
Etiology of Perineural Cysts
The origin of perineural cysts located in the base of the spine is not known. However, there are reasons why the cysts can grow and cause symptoms. If a patient experiences some kind of trauma to the back, the perineural cysts begin to fill up with fluid and result to symptoms. The kinds of trauma that trigger symptoms are:
- Heavy exertion
Diagnosis of Perineural Cysts
Since most do not cause any symptoms, they are typically never diagnosed. The doctor can order some imaging tests to identify them if there are. An MRI can help as this can show the presence of cysts while a CT scan with a dye injected into the spine can show if fluid is moving from the spine into cysts in the sacrum.
Women more than men are at higher risk of developing perineural cysts. The exact incidence or prevalence of symptomatic perineural cysts in the general population is not known. Due to the fact that these cysts go unrecognized or misdiagnosed, determining their true frequency can be challenging. The total number of perineural cyst patients in the general population is estimated to be around 4.6 to 9% of the adult population.
Similar symptoms can be present in different kinds of cysts and tumors that can occur in the sacral region. It is important to perform a differential diagnosis to determine the specific condition. Some of the disorders that have similar symptoms to perineural cysts are Meningeal Diverticula, Meningoceles, neurofibromas, arachnoid cysts, and Schwannoma. All of these disorders can cause compression of the spinal cord or the nerve roots.
Arachnoid cysts are one of the conditions that have comparable symptoms to perineural cysts. They are also fluid-filled sacs that form on the arachnoid membrane which covers the brain and the spinal cord. There are three membranes covering these components of the nervous system which are the dura mater, arachnoid, and PIA mater. Arachnoid cysts can expand into the space between the PIA mater and arachnoid membranes.
Intracranial arachnoid cysts are commonly found near the temporal lobe, near the third ventricle, and in the area that contains the cerebellum, pons, and medulla oblongata. It is important to differentiate perineural cysts from arachnoid cysts to determine the appropriate treatment. Proper imaging methods are necessary to accurately identify the type of cyst and its location.