Saturday, May 06, 2023
From the Desk of: Robin Wakeham, Physical Therapist
What a slipped disc feels like?
A slipped disc, also known as a herniated or ruptured disc, can cause a range of symptoms, depending on the location and severity of the injury. The following are some common symptoms:
1. Pain: The most common symptom of a slipped disc is lower back pain, which may extend to the buttocks and thighs. The pain may be dull or sharp, and it can worsen with movement or prolonged sitting or standing.
2. Numbness or tingling: A slipped disc can also cause numbness or tingling in the affected area, such as the buttocks, legs, or feet. This sensation can be mild or severe and may be accompanied by a loss of sensation or weakness.
3. Muscle weakness: A slipped disc can cause weakness in the affected area, making it difficult to lift or move objects or perform everyday tasks.
4. Limited range of motion: A slipped disc can also limit the range of motion in the affected area, making it difficult to bend or twist the back.
If you suspect you have a slipped disc, it is important to seek medical attention to determine the best course of treatment.
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