Sciatica2-1

(often known as refers to symptoms of pain, tingling, numbness or weakness that travel down the low back and into the leg or extremity. The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body and exits the spinal cord as several

Kyphosis

Kyphosis: Upper Portion of the Spine Is Abnormally Curved Forward

Image of a spine disease xray that 2 doctors are discussing.

They are well trained to recommend rehabilitative and therapeutic exercises and to provide dietary, lifestyle and nutritional counseling.

Lumbar radiculopathy

Lumbar Radiculopathy: Nerve Root Compression & Swelling in the Spinal Cord

Low Back Pain2-1

Low Back Pain Reasons, Medical Treatment, Surgery, & Procedures

Image drawing of kyphosis disorder of the thoracic spine being curved forward.

Kyphosis is a deformation of the spine characterized by an unnatural curving.

Osteophytes (bone spurs)2-1

Bone Spurs aka Osteophytes Causes Pain From Pressure

Spinal stenosis2-2

Spinal stenosis is a condition that occurs when the spaces in your backbone (spine) become narrow. When this happens, your spinal cord and its nerves can become compressed or pinched.

Radiculopathy2-2

Radiculopathy: Nerved Pinched or Under Pressure in the Spine

Myelopathy2-1

Myelopathy: A Neurological Disorder Located in the Spinal Cord

Cervical Radiculopathy2-1

Cervical radiculopathy is a condition that affects the nerve roots of the cervical or upper portion of the spine. The nerve roots that are usually affected are those of the sixth and the seventh cervical vertebrae.

image drawing of chiari malformation in the brain compared to a normal brain.

Chiari malformation is uncommon condition, during which brain tissue may protrude into one’s spinal canal. This condition may happen when part of the skull is too small or has unusual shape, pressing on the brain tissue and forcing it downward.

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