Are you still suffering from back pain many months after surgery? Louisiana Pain Specialists has a number of treatment options that may be right for you.
Do you have pain in your neck and back and wonder whether you have a pinched nerve or a herniated disc? Pinched nerves and herniated discs are two of the most common things people reference when they say they have chronic pain in their necks and back. But which one do you have, and what’s the difference between them?
It’s very important to understand that herniated discs and pinched nerves often happen at the same time – mostly because pinched nerves are often caused by a herniated disc pressing against the nerve. Is your mind blown?
There are several causes for herniated discs, but most often they are caused by gradual wear and tear and disc degeneration that comes with aging. Other causes include:
Symptoms of a herniated disc include:
Like we said, often, your pinched nerve is hurting because you have a herniated disc. If, however, that’s not the case, there are other things that can cause a pinched nerve. These include:
If you experience the following, you might have a pinched nerve. You’ll notice that the symptoms for pinched nerves are almost identical to the symptoms of a herniated disc.
Although pinched nerves and herniated discs are two different conditions, their treatments are almost identical. For pinched nerves and herniated discs, doctors could recommend the following treatments:
Do you think you might be suffering from a herniated disc, a pinched nerve, or both? Call our dedicated staff at Louisiana Pain Specialists today to find out how we can help.
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