Cervical herniated disc is caused by aging and injury, and the diagnosis involves MRI and physical examination.
Cervical herniated disc signs and symptoms may include neck pain, arm pain, weakness, and tingling.
Cervical radiculopathy results from a herniated cervical disc, causing neck and arm pain, weakness, and tingling.
Treatment options for cervical radiculopathy include physical therapy, medications, epidural injections, and surgery.
Conservative treatments for cervical herniated disc include rest, pain medications, physical therapy, and spinal injections.
Diagnosing a lumbar herniated disc includes a detailed interview and a physical examination.
Diagnosing disc problems involves physical exams, imaging tests, and symptom evaluation to determine the nature and severity of the issue.
Treatment differs for herniated or degenerated discs. Nonsurgical and surgical options can relieve pain in both cases.