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Conditions we treat / DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE

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Introduction

 It is a pain caused due to changes that take place in the spine. Spinal disc act as an absorber between vertebrate and bones of your spine to keep your back flexible so that you can twist and bend easily. As you age with time, the disc becomes less tolerant and begins to break down causing you pain. The stress of everyday movement and minor injuries over the period can cause immense pain and Degenerative Disc Disease.

Causes

  • Dehydration causing the disc to be small, inflexible and more prone to emit pain
  •  Inflammation caused due to inflammatory proteins
  •  Degeneration of cushioning and support of Disc
  • Reduced disc space causing pain
  • Aging and the wear and tear due to it

Symptoms

  •  Releasing normal daily activities due to immense pain
  •  Damage to spine and other parts of the body
  •  Enervating pain is causing discomfort.
  • Pain and stiffness in back
  • Weakness in the back
  • Discomfort in the sitting, numbness in legs.
  • Muscle spasm

There are many ways to treat degenerative disc diseases like exercises or nonsurgical methods, and an epidural steroid injection can be useful in relieving acute pain. You can find medications, treatments, knowledge, and support for pain relief. Learn to manage chronic pain conditions with experts at our centers equipped with best-in-class diagnosis and treatments. Get personalized pain relief and management programs to get back to your healthy life.

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