What is a herniated disk with multiple layers?

Answer If you have torn one of the layers of cartilage in your spinal disks, you may actually be suffering from a bulging disk and not a herniated disk. Each disk in the back has a soft core inside of sev... Read More »

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What are multiple layers of a herniated disc?

When an intervertebral disc becomes herniated, the outer layers of the disc are damaged so they no longer provide appropriate support for the vertebrae it is meant to separate, resulting in an ofte... Read More »

How to Support Someone With a Herniated Disk?

Your spine is quite literally the backbone of your body. Each bone or vertebra in the spine is supported by a disk. These disks become damaged when they tear or bulge; this is known as a herniated ... Read More »

What Are the Signs & Symptoms of a C7 T1 Herniated Disk?

A herniated disk is a spine condition where the soft tissue within the spine called the nucleus is pressed out of the vertebrae, where it may compress nerves and cause pain or other signs and sympt... Read More »

Herniated Disk vs. Spondylolisthesis?

A herniated disk and spondylolisthesis are two potentially painful conditions that can affect the stability and function of the spinal column. While herniation affects the discs between the spinal ... Read More »