Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Can a Lumbar Disc Injury Cause Back Spasms?

drx9000 Glastonbury CTAbsolutely. The discs in the lumbar spine act as a cushion, allowing us to move, walk, run, jump, etc … Let’s take a disc injury like a bulging disc as an example. In this case the disc bulges outward, which literally puts pressure on nerves or a nerve root. When this happens, that disc space between vertebrae will flatten. Much like a flat tire, it will flatten and bulge.

Remember, nerves control the muscles, so if we have pressure on the nerves it will create problems with the muscles those nerves go to.

So, if you put pressure on a nerve or nerve root, you may get back pain or sciatica, but you can also get back spasms, leg numbness, or something similar. Depending which disc level or levels get injured can tell us what symptoms may occur and where.

In the past, a disc injury could be a major spoiler, now with DRX9000 Spinal Decompression we can help. Call our office if you are experiencing disc pain or low back spasms.

The Glastonbury Chiropractor serving Glastonbury, Marlborough, East Hartford, Hartford, West Hartford, Rocky Hill, Wethersfield, Middletown, Manchester, and more- CT Spine and Disc Center specializes in patients who suffer from sciatica, disc degeneration, bulging disc or herniated disc in the lumbar spine. Call our chiropractic office at 860-633-8756 to schedule an appointment and to see if you are a candidate for non surgical spinal decompression

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Judloved said...

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Dr.DevineSeattleChiropractor said...

Too often, people wait until the pain becomes unbearable before they contact a chiropractor. Waiting can cause long-term damage, so it is important that you contact your chiropractor when the pain originally begins. Chiropractic goes to the root of the problem, helping patients live pain-free without the use of medication.

thescienceoflife said...

Hi, i am an avid fan of back pain remedies because i had this condition even though i am still young and it is kind of rare for me. I have consulted doctors and specialist and saying i have the same condition with the one old people is experiencing. I am hoping i could understand it a little bit deeper though despite of the medical technicalities . Can i do that, do you some simplified version of this that anyone can understand without medical knowledge.


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