LUMBAR DISC HERNIATION SYMPTOMS?

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LUMBAR DISC HERNIATION SYMPTOMS?

Contrary to popular belief, lumbar disc herniation causes more leg pain than low back pain. Lumbar disc herniation symptoms may show variability depending on the location and size of the hernia. There are nerve roots that originate from the spinal cord and spread to the legs. These roots go through the hole we call foramen and muscle to create stimulation. The lumbar disc herniation symptoms occur as the end result of nerve compression caused by the hernia. Not only low back pain but also both pain and numbness can be seen at the same time in lumbar disc herniation patients. If the hernia begins to damage the related nerve, loss of strength in the muscles in the area where is stimulated by nerve may occur. If you have these symptoms, do not disregard to be examined by a neurosurgeon or physical therapy specialist...

 

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