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How Physical Therapy Can Help With Degenerative Disc Disease

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I’ve been dealing with lower back pain for several years. Then it got to the point where it was impossible for me to do any of the household chores without having to sit down and wait for the spasms to stop.

I saw the physician assistant at my primary doctor’s office, and he ordered an MRI to see what was causing my discomfort. The next time I saw him, he gave me the test results which showed arthritis in my lower back as well as mild degenerative disc disease.

He went on to explain further that it is a common spinal condition that isn’t actually a disease. It is basically a medical condition in which there are anatomical changes and a loss of function of varying degrees in one or more intervertebral discs of the spine.

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