Chicago Chiropractor presents: What Causes Pain in the Bulging Disc Disorder?

by Dr. Weisz

Chicago Chiropractor and Chicago Massage presents:

What Causes Pain in the Bulging Disc Disorder?

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There are several causes of pain a patient feels when he/she suffers from a bulging disc disorder that physicians classify: here are just 2 of the many…

1. Disc Pain – when a patient feels pain on their lower back and legs commonly known as a symptomatic degenerated disc, the pain causing it is the disc space itself. This pain is termed as Axial Pain.

2. Pinched Nerve – when a patient feels pain on the other parts of the body also known as the radiculopathy that causes a nerve root pain. The pinched nerve could be in the low back area or in the Neck area. If the pinched nerve is in the low back then it could result in low back pain but also pain down the leg or pain and if the pinched nerve

starts in the neck then the pain could go down the arm.

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When you experience these symptoms you should immediately get a consultation with your Chiropractor to see what can be done.

Dr. Weisz

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