My family has all gone to a local Structural Chiropractor for the last few months, and eventually a few weeks ago I also fell. He took some pictures and aligned my body and sent me for X-rays, and after all that, I informed myself that I had some real back problems working on the alignment.
Although I do not have disk swellings, I have a lot of damage and thinning on discs that cause pain and mobility problems.
A disc that swells, also known as a vertebral disc with hernias or rupture, is a common problem. It happens when one of the discs of the spine is pushed out of its normal alignment, causing some of the disc to come out. This can cause a lot of pain.
The discs are soft pads that separate each bone spinal cord to give the spine flexibility and prevent spinal cord damage by rubbing one another. They also cushion the spinal nerves surrounding the spinal cord.
What is a full disk?
These discs, like many of our body structures, tend to become more fragile and less flexible with age. To many people, discs are getting worse at the age of 30.
Almost everyone will have less flexible discs until they reach the age of 50 or 60.
Less flexibility means that discs are easier to destroy. So, the bulging pain of the disk is something that many people will suffer from their age.
The reason the disc is so painful is that often when the disc is pushed out of alignment, the spinal cord nerves can become wrinkled.
This is particularly likely if the person is already suffering from a vertebral stenosis where the space around the spinal cord and the nerves has gradually decreased over the years. This kind of thing can happen gradually without knowing someone until the pain begins at some point.
Declaring the disc can happen suddenly, for example when a person raises something heavy or has an accident or falls. Then the pain is likely to come suddenly and seriously.
In other cases it can happen gradually over time, as the spine is stretched over and over again. In these cases, pain can be an occasional and increasingly problem until the individual seeks treatment.
What kind of pain from a tray filled?
Sufferers from a swollen disk often try the pain as an electric shock that results from compression of the spinal nerve. This vibration-type pain can feel that it falls under your hands (when the problem is in the vertebrae of the throat) or under your feet (when the problem tray is in the lower back area). You may also have tingling or numbness in your hands or feet and general muscle weakness.
In rare cases a herniated disc or swelling may also cause problems with urination or bowel movements, often accompanied by numbness in the genital area. This is a medical condition and you should get help right away.
Cure for a full disk
Sometimes surgical intervention is required, but in many cases a herniated disc will be cured with rest. However, it is important to seek medical advice with any problems in the back. Your doctor can check that there is nothing more serious with you and prescribe medication for relief of pain if necessary for your swollen disk.