At Davis Orthopedics, we provide personalized treatment options for various spinal conditions. We understand the importance of a healthy spine in maintaining overall well-being and quality of life. Whether you’re experiencing neck pain, back pain, or any other spine-related issue, we’re here to help.

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Herniated Discs

Symptoms of herniated discs include:

  • Radiating pain: The most common symptom of a herniated disc is pain that radiates along the affected nerve pathway. This pain can travel from the back or neck to the arms or legs.
  • Numbness or tingling: Herniated discs can compress nerves, leading to sensations of numbness or tingling in the areas supplied by those nerves.
  • Muscle weakness: The pressure on nerves caused by a herniated disc can also result in muscle weakness. This weakness may affect specific muscle groups related to the affected nerve.
  • Loss of bladder or bowel control: In rare cases, a severe herniated disc in the lower back can compress the nerves that control bowel and bladder function, leading to difficulty in controlling or emptying the bladder or bowels.

Spinal Stenosis

Symptoms of spinal stenosis include:

  • Pain or discomfort: Spinal stenosis often causes pain, which can vary in intensity. The pain may be localized in the neck or lower back and can radiate down the arms or legs.
  • Numbness or weakness: As spinal stenosis narrows the spaces within the spine, it can compress the nerves, resulting in sensations of numbness or weakness in the arms or legs.
  • Difficulty walking or maintaining balance: Spinal stenosis can affect the nerves responsible for coordinating movement, leading to difficulty in walking or maintaining balance.
  • Bowel or bladder problems: Severe cases of spinal stenosis can impact the nerves controlling bowel or bladder function, causing issues like incontinence or difficulty with urination or bowel movements.
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Symptoms of scoliosis include:

  • Abnormal spinal curvature: The primary symptom of scoliosis is an abnormal sideways curvature of the spine, forming an “S” or “C” shape.
  • Uneven shoulders or hips: As scoliosis progresses, it can cause the shoulders or hips to appear uneven or asymmetrical.
  • Back pain or discomfort: Many individuals with scoliosis experience back pain or discomfort, which can be mild or severe.
  • Limited mobility or flexibility: In some cases, scoliosis can lead to reduced mobility or flexibility in the spine, making it challenging to perform certain movements or activities.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Symptoms of degenerative disc disease include:

  • Back or neck pain: Degenerative disc disease often causes chronic pain in the affected area, which may vary in intensity and can be aggravated by movement or certain positions.
  • Stiffness or reduced flexibility: The degeneration of discs can lead to stiffness in the spine, resulting in reduced flexibility and difficulty performing certain movements.
  • Radiating pain or numbness: As the discs deteriorate, they can put pressure on nearby nerves, causing radiating pain or sensations of numbness in the arms or legs.
  • Muscle weakness: Degenerative disc disease can affect the nerves responsible for muscle control, leading to weakness in specific muscle groups and potentially affecting mobility.
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Spinal Fractures

Symptoms of spinal fractures include:

  • Severe back or neck pain: Spinal fractures typically cause intense pain in the affected area. The pain may worsen with movement or certain positions.
  • Limited mobility: Individuals with spinal fractures often experience restricted mobility due to the pain and instability in the affected area.
  • Numbness or tingling: Fractures can damage the spinal cord or nerves, resulting in sensations of numbness or tingling in the areas supplied by those nerves.
  • Bowel or bladder dysfunction: In more severe cases, spinal fractures can impact the nerves responsible for bowel or bladder control, leading to problems such as incontinence or difficulty with urination or bowel movements.

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