SPINAL DISC HERNIATION
Spinal disc herniation is a serious disease caused by undernourishment of an intervertebral disc. Which provokes tear and release of its contents into the spinal canal.
Partial numbness of the leg affecting the area from the hip to the foot and tingling in the toes is also possible.
Herniation’s in the upper sections of the spine are typically defined through upper back pain that extends to the arm and the shoulder.
All kinds of spinal disc herniation’s cause acute and sudden pain, which occurs when bending or turning sharply, under-cooling, lifting heavy objects.
Giddiness (especially in case of herniation’s in the upper section of the spine), minor fever, panting and general weakness are possible. General motor activity of the patient’s also reduced. Cervical disc herniation’s are defined through continuous headaches and pain at the base of the neck, dizziness.