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 Are there restrictions with a bulging disc?

Answer A bulging disc occurs when the anulus fibrosus or outer cover weakens and causes the internal fluid to protrude against the spinal canal. This can put pressure on sensitive nerve roots, causing rad... Read More »
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What is the difference between a herniated disc&a bulging disc?

Over time, the discs between the vertebrae in the spine dry and weaken, increasing the risk for injury and problems. Varying factors such as old age and injury can cause herniated or bulging discs ... Read More »
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Is a bulging disc serious?

A bulging disc can go unnoticed and lead to disability if the disc compresses the spinal cord or the nerves leaving the spinal column. Symptoms of a serious disc injury may require aggressive medic... Read More »
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What does a bulging disc look like?

Cushioned discs are located between each vertebra in the spine. Occasionally, these discs extend outside their normal space; this is called a bulging disc. A bulging disc can have many different lo... Read More »
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What are the causes of a bulging disc?

A bulging disc refers to an out of place bone disc between the vertebrae in the spine. This condition can cause everything from mild discomfort to the immobilization of the person it is affecting ... Read More »
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