Disc Herniation

A very common problem is disc herniation can occur both in the neck and in the lower back, affirms Dr. Georgiy Brosuvanik, Spine Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida.

If the nerve gets irritated or compressed inside the spine, it causes pain in the direction of where that nerve goes, he adds.

The specialist explains with a digital imaging how herniated disc looks like. He affirms when the nerve gets affected, patients cannot tolerate neurological pain.

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