A Herniated Disc Back Pain In September

Posted by DAM on November 17, 2011 in Uncategorized | Short Link
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Back pain you are experiencing may be a symptom of a herniated disc. Find out what it is and how it could be a cause of back pain. Then, consult your doctor.

The discs in your spine note that the divisions between each vertebra. Unlike other components of the structure of its skeleton, these discs do not contain blood vessels and nerves. By contrast, consist of water, fat and tissues that connect with the structure of its skeleton. These discs suffer an endless cycle of leaks and restore the entire day. The fat and water are well balanced and thick, but usually starts on the ticket as a person ages. This thinning of the water and fat in the vertebrae often left at risk of osteoarthritis. It is also a common cause of low back pain.

The outside or around the disc of the spine is called the fibrous ring. It consists of concentric sheets of collagen fibers surrounding the soft inner circle. The main function of these discs is to act as a damper on your spine and the ligaments that hold the vertebrae together. The discs of the spine is a unique combination of strength and flexibility to withstand high pressures. However, there are some factors that damage the disk or suspend “the strength and flexibility, and when this happens, serious problems can occur.

When part of a hard cord weakens, it can break, causing a portion or all of the disk beyond its normal limits. This event is known as a herniated disc or a herniated disc. In medical terms, herniated discs identifies the disk is particularly affected. For example, L4-L5 means that the hernia occurred between 4 and 5 lumbar segments, which are located in the spine. Another common C5-C6 disc herniation is found in the cervical spine.


The most common causes of herniated disc are accidents, injuries, overexertion of back and neck, lifting incorrectly, disc degeneration, weak ligaments and bone deformities defects. The most common symptoms of herniated discs that occur in the lumbar region of back pain that radiates to the buttocks and legs, weakness, numbness and tingling in the legs and feet. In a herniated disc in the cervical area, the most common symptoms are stiff neck, weakness, numbness, neck pain that radiates down the arms and hands, tingling around the hands, fatigue in the upper regions body, atrophy of the biceps and triceps muscles, limited range of motion in back muscles and back pain.


Although the discs contain no nerves or blood vessels that cause no damage to them can also lead to pain, because when a disc is pushed out of its normal course, the surrounding nerves are usually plucked. Usually the doctor will be able to diagnose a herniated through the test of your sensations, muscle strength and reflexes. X-rays and an MRI may also be ordered. According to the results and other factors such as your age and the symptoms you exhibit, your doctor can develop a treatment plan that may include rest, activity modification, ice and heat applications, physiotherapy and medicine.


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