Symptoms of DDD are most often found in the lumbar (low back) or cervical (neck) area of the spine; the most common symptoms associated with degenerative disc disease include:
Pain that can range in intensity from minor to debilitating
Numbness, discomfort, or pain that radiates to the legs, feet, arms, or hands
Discomfort that intensifies while sitting
Pain that becomes more intense when bending, twisting, or lifting an object
Discomfort, pressure, or pain that becomes less intense while moving, walking, or lying down
DDD is generally diagnosed after a physical assessment and complete review of medical history, including detailed descriptions of the specific symptoms being experienced and the exact circumstances leading up to the onset of the pain and discomfort.
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