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Posterior Disc Protrusion

posterior disc protrusion1 300x199 Posterior Disc ProtrusionA posterior disc protrusion is a disc protrusion where the affected disc has bulged backwards and therefore can more easily put pressure on the sensitive spinal nerve roots.

The symptoms of a posterior disc protrusion can include radiating leg and arm pain, local back pain, numbness and tingling as well as sciatica.


The best way to treat it would be a personalized treatment that is targeted and fits your unique condition. For detailed advice on how to find out your weak points read this free back pain book.

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  1. What is a Disc Protrusion? | www.discprotrusion.info on September 9th, 2010 4:27 pm

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