Back Conditions

What is a herniated disc?

A condition in which pain occurs when a disc is pushed out of its original position and presses on a nerve

The condition commonly expressed as a waist disc is another expression of a herniated disc.
It is a condition in which pain occurs when the disc, which should absorb shock like a cushion between the vertebrae, moves out of place and puts pressure on the nerves passing through the spinal canal.

Causes and Symptoms

  • Why does it happen?
    Why does it happen?

    The causes are largely divided into trauma and degenerative causes.

    • 1.Sudden posture changes, bowing down, turning at the waist
    • 2.Trauma such as a fall or bump
    • 3.Poor lifestyle and posture
      (crossed legs, prolonged sitting in a chair, etc.)
    • 4.Sudden lifting of heavy objects.
  • What are the symptoms?
    What are the symptoms?

    Sore, tingling radiating pain in the legs with low back pain

    • 1.Constant pain in my lower back.
    • 2.A burning, tingling sensation in my legs.
    • 3.A tingling, burning, or stabbing sensation in my lower back.
    • 4.Numbness in the lower back or feeling different in both legs.
    • 5.A strange gait, such as staggering.
    • 6.Unlike usual, stool and urine are abnormal. (if symptoms are severe)

How to treat?

Treatment for back conditions is divided into conservative and surgical treatments.