The symptoms of a herniated disc will be different from time to time it depends on the location and the position of the disc. If you have constant pain in your lower back you may have a herniated disc.
A herniated disc is also referred to as a slipped, rupture, bulging, or protruding disc.
There is no specific hospitals that specialize in herniated disc surgery. However, there are plenty of doctors that specialize in herniated disc surgery.
A herniated disc is when a disc bulges out from between vertebrates in the spine. The symptoms of a herniated disc are pain, nerve issues, and possible weakness in an extremity.
No. they are different conditions. In disc desiccation you have atrophy of the disc due to degenerative changes. In herniated disc, you have protrusion of the nucleus pulposus in the vertebral canal.
A herniated disc
The herniated disc(s) can restrict your movement by either neural impingement/damage or by virtue of the pain itself .
A herniated disc can cause problems or symptoms like leg weakness, back pain, and numbness or pain that radiates down the legs. A herniated disc occurs when there is a rupture of a disc that acts as cushion between the bones in the spine. If the disc presses on nerves, then a person can experience these symptoms.
Yes it can
"I think I have herniated my Articular Disc"
Bulging disc vs herniated disc
The symptoms of a herniated disc depends on either the size and position of the disc. You may have pain in your lower back, numbness or pain in your leg, or loss of bladder control.