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Blog Results in Category: “Spine Conditions”

Is It a Pulled Muscle in Your Back or Something Worse?

Spine Conditions

Could the back pain you’re suddenly feeling be a pulled muscle? Or could it be something worse? In most cases, back pain in the lower back is caused by overstressing the soft tissues that supp ...

Everything You Want to Know About Herniated Discs

Spine Conditions

Herniated discs are one of the more common causes of back pain. Symptoms can range from mild to extreme back pain, as well as sensory issues in the back and extremities. Many patients want to kn ...

What Causes Numbness in One Leg and How to Manage it?

Spine Conditions

Numbness in one leg can be caused by several issues affecting just the one side of the lower back and may include the following ...

Osteomyelitis of the Spine – An Overview

Spine Conditions

What is Osteomyelitis of the Spine? Everything you need to know is right in the name. Osteo- is the medical word (prefix in this case) which refers to the bone. Myel refers to the spinal cord or ...

Where is Facet Joint Pain Felt?

Spine Conditions

Facet joint pain occurs as a result of overuse of the facet joints due to age, injury or arthritis and then result in severe chronic back pain. Facet joint pain is felt in the back all along the ...

Scoliosis, Lordosis and Kyphosis

Spine Conditions

The human spine is made up of 33 vertebrae. The first 7 vertebrae are the cervical vertebrae located in the neck region, followed by 12 thoracic vertebrae located in the upper back, the next 5 l ...

Disc Decompression – An Overview

Spine Conditions

Also known as percutaneous discectomy, disc decompression is a minimally invasive outpatient spinal procedure used by doctors to treat painful discs in the spine. This procedure is performed by ...

Overview of Degenerative Disc Disease Treatments

Spine Conditions

Degeneration of the intervertebral discs is called degenerative disc disease (DDD). With this condition, minor injuries and repeated daily stresses eventually wear down the spine and cause back ...

What is a Bulging Disc?

Spine Conditions

A disc bulge means that at least 50% or more of the disc has pressure on it beyond the natural boundaries. This pressure is usually related to weakness or an increase in spinal load. ...

How to Deal with Embarrassing Symptoms

Spine Conditions

Many patients are embarrassed by the symptoms that result from spinal injuries and other conditions. But it’s important to get over your embarrassment and communicate with your doctor so you c ...
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