What is a Herniated Disc?
A herniated disc also known as bulging disc, slipped disc, prolapsed disc or ruptured disc is when the centre (nucleus) of one of the cartilage discs sitting between each spine vertebrae herniates out through a weakened disc wall (annulus) to cause compression and irritation of the nearby spinal nerve anywhere on the spine producing symptoms such as sharp shooting back pain, buttock pain, leg pain, numbness in leg and leg weakness for herniated disc lower back and a herniated disc neck will produce shoulder pain, arm pain, numbness in arm and arm weakness. All herniated disc symptoms are usually on one side of the body and aggravated by sitting, bending, lifting, coughing or sneezing and eases with lying down. Sciatica and Radiculopathy conditions can be associated with herniated disc
Herniated disc treatment
Your physiotherapist will physically assess and test painful movements and muscle strength for a herniated disc diagnosis, use hands on physiotherapy, herniated disc massage, shockwave therapy, dry needling, and taping. Advise re postures and activity modifications. Provide herniated disc exercises via our exercise prescription software Salaso to help alleviate your herniated disc pain and help also with achieving a full recovery post any surgery for herniated disc. Prescribe orthotics, back brace, foam roller and resistance bands.
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