Donald Corenman, MD, DC | Colorado Spine Surgeon
Back Pain, Lower Back Pain, Herniated Disc
The lumbar back (which is the technical term for the lower back) represents an area where many injuries and disorders can occur. One of the most common problems we treat in our practice are herniated discs that are associated with the lower back. Herniated disc lumbar spine can cause a great deal of lower back pain and leg pain.
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Pain in the lower back has a multitude of causes. The discs, facets, pars interarticularis, sacroiliac joints, hip joints and nerves can all cause a form of lower back pain.
Neck pain, or cervical pain, can occur from 3 structures in the neck. The most common source of neck pain is the disc.
Lumbar spine stenosis is one of the most common conditions of the spine that is experienced over time—especially by those who are over 50 years of age.
The causes of neck pain can often be linked to degenerative changes within the cervical spine, or cervical degenerative disc disease.
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