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Bulging Disc Lower Back

As we age, the spinal disc between the vertebrates of our spine degenerates, causing it to develop softer spots where spinal fluid can bulge. The weak spot in the spinal disc’s outer cores is directly just beneath the spinal nerve root. Often times, these bulges lead...

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Bulging Disc Symptoms

Symptoms of bulging disc occur when a spinal disc bulges and swells on its weak point; compressing the nearby nerve roots on spinal cord. The pressure causes the pain receptors to send signals throughout the compressed nerve while simultaneously disrupting the sensory...

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Bulging Disc Treatment

Bulging Disc Overview Bulging discs alone are not necessarily painful. As a matter of fact, 30 to 60% of patients with asymptomatic bulging seen on MRI scans may not experience at all. However, the MRI scan alone is doesn’t automatically diagnose the cause of pain for...

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Bulging Disc Exercises

Bulging disc exercises, especially those that developed sciatica depends on the symptoms of the patient, particularly on which leg and foot positions reveals most of the symptoms. In this entry, we will talk about some of the most effect exercises for bulging disc to...

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Bulging Disk and Neck Pain

Understanding Bulging Disk Aside from holding your head, which weighs around 9 to 12 lbs., the neck also performs a lot of functions, such as allowing head movement and protect the internal organs inside the neck. That’s a lot of work and responsibility for a...

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Bulging Disc in Back

People often mistake, if not interchange bulging disc with herniated disc. However, there is a huge difference between the two. The latter refers to a crack or rupture on the outer layer of the spinal disc. This crack causes the spinal fluid to slip out of the disc...

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