Taking a Close Look at the Most Common Causes of a Herniated Disc

As any medical professional would tell you, a herniated disc happens once one of the rubbery cushions between the vertebrae, or the disc, pushes out through a crack. Often, a herniated disc causes irritation in nearby nerves, thus resulting in pain, numbness, or weakness in your arms or legs.

Unfortunately, you might find a hard time determining the exact cause of your herniated disc. As any doctor would tell you, there are actually three common reasons why a disc pushes out or bulges from the vertebrae.


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