A collapsed disc can occur in any part of the spine, including the cervical spine (creating neck pain) and the lumbar spine (creating lower back pain). Depending on the location of the collapsed disc, symptoms can include lower back pain that extends down through your buttocks to your upper thighs, or pain in the neck that extends down through the arms and hands, tingling and numbness in the arms or legs, unresponsive leg muscles and a condition known as foot drop.
North American Spine Can Help
North American Spine provides minimally invasive procedures that can be used to treat collapsed disc, if more conservative treatments don’t provide relief. The first step for any patient is to contact a North American Spine patient coordinator to discuss your symptoms, medical history and past treatments.
By combining your medical history with North American Spine’s free MRI review, North American Spine spine specialists can provide insight into whether a collapsed disc is the source of your pain, and recommend treatment options.
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Allow North American Spine to help you. Contact a patient coordinator at (877) 474-2225 and request a free MRI review.