What is Facet Syndrome?

Facet Syndrome is one of the most common causes of back pain. It involves persistent, chronic pain anywhere from the neck to the lower back. There are small joints located between each vertebra that are called facet joints, which stabilize and add flexibility to the spine to accommodate activities such as running and bending. To

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Herniated Disc Symptoms

The discs are the pads between the vertebral bodies that act as “cushions” and minimize the impact of movement on the spinal column. They resemble the shape of a jelly donut, with a soft center called a nucleus pulposus. If the nucleus is abnormally ruptured, it results in a disc herniation. Disc herniation often occurs

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