Are you struggling with a slipped disc or another type of disc injury? If you suspect that your ongoing back pain is stemming from a disc injury or you’ve received a formal diagnosis confirming such an issue, seeking out the finest chiropractic care in Newport Beach is likely to be beneficial.
Regardless of whether your pain is moderate or severe, addressing it promptly is crucial to prevent further progression and potential permanent damage. The information provided explores common symptoms associated with disc injuries to help you gain a better understanding of your condition. Additionally, it delves into how chiropractic care might offer immediate relief from the discomfort linked to disc injuries, along with the potential for long-term recovery.
The intervertebral discs, those small pads situated between your vertebrae, have a resilient outer ring and a soft, gel-like center. These discs serve to connect and separate your vertebrae. They act as cushions or shock absorbers, preventing direct contact between the bones while you move, lift objects, and bend. Without these discs, your upper torso mobility would be severely restricted. Several types of disc injuries can cause discomfort and hinder upper torso movements:
All of these issues often result in significant back pain, numbness, and limited range of motion due to nerve root irritation at the injury site and its impact on surrounding tissues. A variety of distressing symptoms may stem from this nerve irritation and damage, including but not limited to:
If you’re struggling with a disc injury, don’t hesitate to contact us at The Way Health & Spine in Newport Beach for a consultation and initiate your journey toward recovery.
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