What are the Common Signs of Annular Tears?

Your spinal discs are a very strong and resilient part of your anatomy, but it is possible for them to become fragile over time. This fragility is caused by the development of annular tears. Knowing what the most common signs of annular tears are may help you get appropriate treatment as soon as possible.

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Back pain

Treating Back Pain – Annulograms vs. Discograms

If you suffer from back pain, a discogram may have been recommended by your doctor. However, considering that discograms have been known to do more harm than good to spinal discs, it’s worth researching the facts before trusting your doctor’s recommendation at face value.

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Is a Leaky Disc Causing Your Lower Back Pain?

A LEADING CULPRIT OF LOW BACK PAIN IS COMMONLY UNDIAGNOSED BY MANY PHYSICIANS. If you suffer from chronic low back pain, you have likely run the gamut of searching for solutions only to be left with more questions and mounting frustrations.  A major obstacle to successfully diagnosing and treating low back pain is not understanding that a leaky disc is often the source of your pain. Many patients are diagnosed with Degenerative Disc Disease, however, it isn’t actually a disease—it’s a name given to discs that have degenerated over time from normal wear and tear, causing them to steadily leak and

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What are the Common Signs of Annular Tears?

Your spinal discs are a very strong and resilient part of your anatomy, but it is possible for them to become fragile over time. This fragility is caused by the development of annular tears. Knowing what the most common signs of annular tears are may help you get appropriate treatment as soon as possible.

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Back pain

Treating Back Pain – Annulograms vs. Discograms

If you suffer from back pain, a discogram may have been recommended by your doctor. However, considering that discograms have been known to do more harm than good to spinal discs, it’s worth researching the facts before trusting your doctor’s recommendation at face value.

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