Disc protrusion articles
A disc protrusion is a spine condition that occurs when a spinal disc begins to bulge, or protrude, out of its normal place in the spinal column. There are many causes for this, but it is often due to the natural aging process of the spine.
As the spine ages, the discs dry out and become less able to withstand the pressure being placed on them by the surrounding vertebrae. Over time, a disc may become too compressed, causing it to flatten and expand under the pressure of the two surrounding vertebrae. This is called a bulging disc, or disc protrusion. While this condition itself does not cause pain or symptoms, a bulging or protruded disc can extend into the spinal canal and press against a nearby nerve. When this happens, debilitating pain and symptoms can occur.
Disc protrusion treatment library
At Laser Spine Institute, we believe in patient-centered care, including giving people access to information about their spine condition in order to make a confident decision about the treatment options available to them. We hope the following articles can help you learn more about disc protrusion and your next available steps for pain relief:
- Three Exercises to Avoid with Lumbar Disc Protrusion
- Seven Signs You Should Consider Surgery for Disc Protrusion
- Seven Things to Expect After Undergoing Surgery for a Protruded Disc
- The Four Best Exercises to Do While Recovering from a Protruded Disc
- Seven Signs You Should See a Doctor for Your Protruded Disc
- Five Tips to Fly More Comfortably with a Cervical Disc Protrusion
- What Treatment Can a Chiropractor Offer for a Disc Protrusion?
- How Can I Prevent a Protruding Disc?
- Are There Any Early Signs of a Disc Protrusion?
- Can a Disc Protrusion Heal on Its Own?
- What Causes Cervical Disc Protrusion?
- Can I Go to the Gym with Disc Protrusion?
- Four Yoga Poses to Work into Your Treatment Routine for a Disc Protrusion
- Two Types of Minimally Invasive Surgery for a Disc Protrusion
- Seven Common Treatments for a Disc Protrusion
- Five Common Questions About Disc Protrusion Treatment
- Five Tips to Relieve Disc Protrusion Pain
- Four Things to Consider Before Disc Protrusion Surgery
- Disc Protrusions
- Broad Disc Protrusion
- Spine Disc Protrusion
- Intervertebral Disc Protrusion
- Right Paracentral Disc Protrusion
- Posterior Central Disc Protrusion
- Cervical Spine Disc Protrusion
- Back Disc Protrusion
- Neck Disc Protrusion
- Mild Disc Protrusion
- Six Quick Tips For Disc Protrusion Treatment
- Five Tips To Prevent Disc Protrusion
- Ten Disc Protrusion Surgery Alternatives
- What To Expect From Disc Protrusion Surgery
- Five Quick Tips Before Disc Protrusion Surgery
- Can Disc Protrusion Lead Permanent Disability?
- When Is Disc Protrusion Surgery Necessary?
- What Are Broad Based Disc Protrusion Treatments?*
- Read A Complete Guide To Disc Protrusion Treatment
- Three Exercises That Could Help With Symptoms of Disc Protrusion
- Three Tips to Help You Get Ready for Your Disc Protrusion Surgery
- Three Signs You Should Seek Out Professional Disc Protrusion Treatment
- Five Exercises to Avoid While Recovering from Disc Protrusion Surgery
- What to Do When You Have Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
- What is a Disc Protrusion?
- Am I a Candidate for Disc Protrusion Surgery?
- What Does It Mean to Have a Disc Protrusion?
- What Are The Symptoms of Disc Protrusion in Your Lower Back?*
- Here are the Two Primary Differences Between a Disc Protrusion and a Bulging Disc
- Should I Use a Hot or Cold Compress for My Disc Protrusion Pain?
- Six Tips to Relieve Disc Protrusion Pain at Home
- Five Common Medications Used to Relieve Pain from a Protruded Disc
- Five Physical Therapy Treatments that Are Used for a Lumbar Disc Protrusion
- Three Tips for Swimming with a Disc Protrusion
Laser Spine Institute
If you have any questions as you research disc protrusion and other degenerative disc diseases that could cause pain, we encourage you to reach out to the caring team at Laser Spine Institute. Our minimally invasive spine surgery is a safer and effective alternative^ to traditional open neck or back procedures.
We can offer a free MRI review* to help you find out if you are a potential candidate for one of our procedures.