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      herniated disc disease Can occur in both the cervical and lumbar vertebrae Patients may experience pain, numbness, or weakness, although in some cases they may not have severe symptoms. But it can happen to anyone.

      herniated disc disease
      herniated disc disease This is another disease that causes pain and suffering to patients. This usually occurs on the cervical and lumbar spine. Because it is the part of the spinal cord that has the most movement.

      Causes of herniated discs
      The main cause of herniated disc is the degeneration of the spinal cord and herniated disc. which is mainly found in the elderly but in younger patients with excessive use of the spinal cord or gestures in use incorrectly such as lifting heavy objects overdoing exercise Excessive shaking or shaking of the head or abnormalities of herniated discs or congenital spinal discs, for สุขภาพดี example, in severe cases May be found to have pressure on the spinal cord as well. This may cause the patient to have severe weakness or even paralysis.

      Symptoms of herniated disc
      Dr. Thanin Wetchapinan, Director of the Institute of Neurology added that Symptoms of herniated disc especially from osteoarthritis When it occurs, the patient will have pain in the neck, shoulder, shoulder, sometimes there will be pain that radiates to the fingertips of one side. or can be both and if there are more or more severe compression symptoms There may be a spinal cord compression. This can cause pain, numbness, or weakness in both arms and legs. when there are suspected symptoms A neurosurgeon will take a history, perform a physical exam, and send X-rays to confirm the diagnosis and determine the cause. When nerve compression is found, treatment will be considered according to the cause and severity. In the case of the patient with mild symptoms or mild symptoms Treatment with symptomatic medication, rest, reduced mobility and physical therapy may be considered. But if the patient has severe symptoms A nerve or spinal cord bite is detected. will consider surgical treatment

      At present, the Institute of Neurology There are laparoscopic surgery techniques. and open surgery for small incisions which makes the patient less painful and can recover faster to go back to daily life or work The quality of life of patients with spinal neuropathy is much better than before. For patients with symptoms or suspected to have such diseases. Able to undergo examinations at the Institute of Neurology

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