What is a herniated disc?(Also Called 'Ruptured Disk', 'Slipped Disk')

Causes of herniated disc? 

What are the symptoms of a herniated disc?

Prevention of Herniated disc

Treatments of herniated

Spinal Decompression Therapy for Herniated Disc


 

 What are the symptoms of a herniated disc?



Many herniated discs produce no symptoms at all. Symptoms of a herniated disc in the low back include:

  • Pain that radiates to the buttocks, legs, and feet — called sciatica (Back pain might or might not be present, as well.)

  • Tingling or numbness in the legs or feet

  • Muscle weakness

 

 

Symptoms of a herniated disc in the neck include:   

  • Pain near or over the shoulder blade

  • Pain that radiates to the shoulder, arm, and — sometimes — the hand and fingers

  • Neck pain, especially in the back and on the sides of the neck (The pain might increase when bending or turning the neck.)

  • Spasm of the neck muscles

Symptoms of a herniated disc in the mid-back tend to be vague. There might be pain in the upper back, lower back, abdomen, or legs, as well as weakness or numbness in one or both legs.
The pain associated with a herniated disc is generally worse when coughing, laughing, or straining