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Central Disc Protrusion

Caduceus Sign 300x199 Central Disc ProtrusionA central disc protrusion is a disc protrusion where the bulge of the affected disc is pointing towards the middle part of the spinal canal. The spinal canal is the place where the nerve roots as well as the spinal cord can be found.

Thus, as a result of the pressure generated by the central disc protrusion, the sufferer might be affected by pain that radiates along the concerned nerve. Numbness or weakness in the legs and arms can also be symptoms of a central disc protrusion.


In order to effectively treat a disc protrusion, the original source of the problem must be found out. With this information, a targeted combination of treatments and exercises can help fix the condition. For detailed information on how to do this click here to get a copy of a free back pain book.

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  1. What is a Disc Protrusion? | www.discprotrusion.info on September 9th, 2010 4:26 pm

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