Conditions / Herniated Disc
Roughly 80 percent of adults will experience low back pain at one point in their life. But why do so many people receive a back pain diagnosis and how can these painful symptoms be relieved? In order to understand all of this, we have to start at the beginning with the three most common causes of chronic back pain, as told by Stretch Physical Therapy and Total Wellness's Kim Nartker.
If you have a herniated disc, there are three types of back surgery options available to you: discectomy, laminectomy, or spinal fusion. Learn what you need to know for pre-op and post-op success as you prepare for your back surgery.
Living with a herniated disc can be tough, but recovery is possible. If you are experiencing numbness, weakness and/ or intense pain in your back or leg regions, you should consider consulting a medical professional to effectively take on possible disc herniation and read this article to learn an overview of herniated discs, herniated disc symptoms, and disc herniation treatments.