Disc degeneration is the thinning of the intervertebral disc, the pad of cartilage sitting between the bones of your spine.
As disc degeneration progresses, its thinning results in a narrowed spinal canal space, possible facet joint irritation, and bone spur development on the bony vertebrae that can be painful. Surprisingly, some people who have degenerative disc disease have no pain or symptoms, but those who do have pain, seek care. Satterwhite Chiropractic in Oxford is here to help you with gentle, chiropractic Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression.
Degenerative disc disease or disc degeneration can happen in any part of the spine and often if it is in one part of the spine, it will be found in another:
Read about your spine's degenerative state, and contact Satterwhite Chiropractic to discuss a treatment plan for your degenerative disc disease management.
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