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DO THE DISCS IN YOUR SPINE ‘SLIP’ ?…| BARMAC5 | BackPainBlog | 22 September 2018
Another useful post from Barbara this one helps us to understand what ‘slipped discs’ are, I find this good for future reference and gauging if I have, or not, slipped a disc but suspect it.
‘Each disc consists of a soft inner part surrounded by a fibrous coating. Sometimes the coating gets torn which allows the softer material to bulge out. The pain when the softer material bulges out can be excruciating and this condition is commonly known as ‘a slipped disc‘.’
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DO THE DISCS IN YOUR SPINE ‘SLIP’ ?…
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