Slip Disk Treatment In Jaipur
What Is a Slipped Disk?
Your spinal column is made of up 26 bones (vertebrae) that are cushioned by disks. The disks protect the bones by absorbing the shocks from daily activities like walking, lifting, and twisting.
Each disk has two parts—a soft, gelatinous inner portion and a tough outer ring. Injury or weakness can cause the inner portion of the disk to protrude through the outer ring. This is known as a slipped or herniated disk. This causes pain and discomfort. If the slipped disk compresses one of your spinal nerves, you may also experience numbness and pain along the affected nerve. In severe instances, you may require surgery to remove or repair the slipped disk.
What Are the Symptoms of a Slipped Disk?
You can have a slipped disk in any part of your spine, from your neck to your lower back. The lower back is the most common area for slipped disks, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. Your spinal column is an intricate network of nerves and blood vessels. A slipped disk can place extra pressure on the nerves and muscles around it.
Symptoms of a slipped disk include:
– pain and numbness, most commonly on one side of the body
– pain that extends to your arms and/or legs
– pain that worsens at night
– pain that worsens after standing or sitting
– pain when walking short distances
– unexplained muscle weakness
– tingling, aching, or burning sensations in the affected area
The types of pain can vary from person to person. See your physician if your pain results in numbness or tingling that affects your ability to control your muscles.
What Causes Slipped Disks?
A slipped disk occurs when the outer ring becomes weak or torn and allows the inner portion to slip out. This can happen with age. Certain motions may also cause a slipped disk. A disk can slip out of place while you are twisting or turning to lift an object. Lifting a very large, heavy object can place great strain on the lower back, resulting in a slipped disk. If you have a very physically demanding job that requires a lot of lifting, you may be at increased risk for slipped disks.
Overweight individuals are also at increased risk for a slipped disk because their disks must support the additional weight. Weak muscles and a sedentary lifestyle may also contribute to development of a slipped disk.
People who are 35 to 45 years old are more likely to have a slipped disk, according to the Mayo Clinic. This is because your disks begin to lose some of their protective water content as you age. As a result, they can slip more easily out of place. They are more common in men than women.
What Are the Effects of a Slipped Disk?
An untreated, severe slipped disk can lead to permanent nerve damage. In very rare cases, a slipped disk can cut off nerve impulses to the cauda equina nerves in your lower back and legs. If this occurs, you may lose bowel or bladder control.
Another long-term complication is known as saddle anesthesia. In these cases, the slipped disk compresses nerves and that causes you to lose sensation in your inner thighs, the back of your legs, and around your rectum.
While a slipped disk’s symptoms may improve, they also can worsen. If you cannot perform the activities you once could, it is time to see your doctor.
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