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Jan 22
Herniated Disc Pain

Herniated Disc Pain is a common cause of back pain. It is a medical condition in which one of the soft, cushion-like discs in your spine herniates through a gap in the outer ring of bones that generally surround it. The disc material then presses on one or more nerves, causing pain, weakness, and other symptoms. It can lead to long-term problems such as chronic back pain and disability. Herniated Disc Pain can be treated by surgery or non-surgical treatment options; both may work for some people. The following are ways to control Herniated Disc Pain.

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