Degenerative Disc Disease Symptoms
Symptoms of degenerative disc disease vary from person to person. Many people have no pain, while others with the same amount of disc damage have severe pain that limits their activities. Where the pain occurs depends on the location of the affected disc (lumbar, cervical or thoracic spine). In general, symptoms include:
- Chronic low back pain that sometimes radiates to the hips
- Pain in the buttocks or thighs while walking
- Sporadic tingling or weakness in the knees
- Chronic neck pain from the upper spine, with pain radiating to the shoulders, arms and hands
- Pain that worsens when sitting, bending, lifting and twisting
Fortunately the diagnosis is treatable when conservative methods do not relieve the pain from degenerative disc disease.
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