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Degenerative Disorders

Numerous spinal conditions exist, but the most common cause for spinal disease is degenerative change. Degenerative change is an age-related process where the spine, particularly the intervertebral disc, ligaments and joints, undergo ‘wear and tear’ and eventually, cause pain and spinal nerve compression. Learn more about degenerative spinal disorders, including:

Back and Neck Pain

Disc Prolapse

Myelopathy and Spinal Cord Compression

Radiculopathy and Sciatica

Spinal Stenosis