The treatment of lumbar-neck hernia is applied individually. It is not a condition that requires urgent surgical treatment except for serious neurological symptoms such as progressive loss of strength, urinary and fecal incontinence. Generally, a very large proportion of patients can be treated without the need for surgical intervention. The first step in the treatment of herniated disc is rest. However, since it has been understood in recent years that prolonged rest may have negative effects on the treatment of herniated discs, it is important for the success of the treatment to keep rest and restriction of movement as short as possible. In cases of severe pain, short-term bed rest may be prescribed, but rest is mostly in the form of restricting movements that put stress on the spine. Whether the patient can go to work or not is evaluated by his/her doctor depending on his/her job. During this period, painkillers and muscle relaxants are usually administered. In some cases, steroid treatment can be administered in a controlled manner. Corsetry can be used for a short period of time when necessary.