Tag Archives: Radiculopathy

What is Lumbar Radiculopathy?

Posted: Thursday, March 28th, 2013 | Filed under: Back health, Lumbar pain, Spinal Surgery, Spine conditions, Spine Surgery | author: By admin
Radiculopathy

Lumbar Radiculopathy Education

If the vertebrae (the bones of the spine), or the cushioning discs between them impinge on the root of a nerve in the spinal column, chronic injuries to the nerve may result. Radiculopathy is the general term for these injuries. The condition most commonly occurs in the lower, or lumbar region of the spine, termed lumbar radiculopathy. Radiculopathy may also occur in the neck, or cervical region of the spine, which is termed cervical radiculopathy. Common symptoms include radiating pain, numbness, tingling, weakness, and loss of motor function. These symptoms may be felt all the way to the tips of the fingers or toes, even though the nerve injury is at the base of the nerve at the spine. Radiculopathy symptoms felt in the arms and hands are usually caused by cervical radiculopathy while those in the back of the leg and the foot usually result from lumbar radiculopathy.
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What is Radiculopathy?

Posted: Monday, March 25th, 2013 | Filed under: Back health, Spinal Surgery, Spine conditions, Spine Surgery | author: By admin
Cervical Radiculopathy Disease

Radiculopathy

Radiculopathy is a term that refers to chronic injuries that result from the bones of the spinal column (vertebrae), or the cushioning discs between them, impinging on the root of a nerve in the spinal column. The symptoms of radiculopathy may be felt all the way to the tips of fingers or toes, even though the nerve compression occurs at the base of the nerve in the spine. Common symptoms include numbness, tingling, weakness, loss of motor function, and radiating pain. Read More »

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