Cervical Spine
the "Neck" of the Spine

Thoracic Spine
the "Upper Back"

Lumbar Spine
the "Lower Back"


Spine Degeneration

Spine degeneration occurs when the invertebral discs begin to break down through everyday wear and tear. These discs cushion the spine and absorb pressure from movement. The vertebrae rubbing on the discs can cause them to become thin and worn.

Those experiencing spine degeneration may suffer from lower back pain that can continue into the hips, thighs and buttocks. This condition may also cause bulging discs.

Spine degeneration can be helped by physical therapy, rest, or epidural steroid injections, which help control the pain in some patients.



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