One of the most commonly sustained spinal injuries is disc herniation. When a disc becomes herniated, the disc can press on nerves and cause pain, numbness, and tingling. A disc can be damaged by a fall or accident, repeated straining of the back, lifting weights, violent twisting, and can occur without any specific mechanism of injury.
If you suspect that you have a herniated disc, it is important to seek professional help from a physical therapist or medical doctor. While self-care techniques can provide relief, your specialist will be able to ascertain and treat the underlying problems and reduce the risk of developing more severe complications.
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