Cervical Herniated Disc

A herniated disc is a condition in which the outer portion of the vertebral disc is torn, enabling the inner portion to herniate or extrude through the fibers. The herniated material can compress the nerves around the disc and create pain that can radiate through the back and sometimes down the arms.

Symptoms of a cervical herniated disc include, leg pain, nerve pain, variable locations of symptoms, neurological symptoms, foot drop, lower back pain, pain that worsens with movement, and quick onset

Common treatment options for a cervical herniated disc include conservative pain relief treatments, physical therapy and a focus on minimizing pain and discomfort