Lumbar

Lumbar Herniated Disc: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

The intervertebral discs are the cushions that act as shock absorbers between each of the vertebral bones in your spine[…]

HNP

ALL THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HERNIATED NUCLEUS PULPOSUS OR HNP.

Each vertebra in your spine is separated by an intervertebral disc which acts as a shock absorber and stopping adjacent vertebrae from rubbing each other[…]

Tips for manage back pain

TIPS FOR HOUSEWIVES TO PREVENT & MANAGE BACK PAIN

Most often, housewives tend to not take enough care of themselves. Back pain is one common problem a housewife faces. Although the life of a housewife looks easy from the outside, it is just not the case[…]

Diagnose a herniated disc

DIAGNOSING A HERNIATED DISC

A clinical diagnosis concentrates on the root cause of the patient’s back or neck pain,nerve pain and other symptoms. The Four major steps that help a physician make an appropriate diagnosis are[…]

Slipdisc

SLIPPED DISC

The spinal column is made of up 26 bones (vertebrae) that are cushioned by discs. These discs, also referred to as inter-vertebral discs are protective shock-absorbing pads between the bones of the spine (vertebrae)[…]

with yoga

TREATING SLIPPED DISC WITH YOGA

A lot of people who have been diagnosed with a slipped disc assume that the chances of recovery are slim and they are destined to a life of pain and discomfort[…]

Herniated Disc

HERNIATED DISC TREATMENT

Herniation describes an abnormality of the intervertebral disc that is also known as a “slipped,” “ruptured” or “bulging” disc. This process occurs when the inner core (nucleus pulposus) of the intervertebral disc bulges out through the outer[…]

Spinal Disc Herniation

WHAT DOES HERNIATED NUCLEUS PULPOSUS IN L5-S1 MEAN?

L5-S1 herniated nucleus pulposus (HNP) is the condition when the intervertebral disc located between the lumbar spine in the lower back and the sacral spine segment in the pelvis gets herniated.[…]

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