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How Would A Herniated Disc Cause Pain On The Bottom Of The Feet
Wear and tear can cause degeneration in the vertebral column, and cause discs to deteriorate. The supportive basket, nucleus fibrosis develops small tears. A bulge is minimal perhaps a few millimeters, and is clinically insignificant, but additional disc displacement such as protrusion or herniation may compress ...Read more
See a doctor.: Distal weakness that is the result of neural compression due to herniated disc needs evaluation and monitoring by a physician. If it is progressing or interfering with function it may need surgery. However, there are some big caveats here... How do you know that the weakness is not caused by another problem? This is where your physician evaluation is priceless. ...Read more
Frequent severe numb/tingling in both feet (more in right). When sitting & often standing/moving. Could my DDD or herniated disc at T11-12 cause this?
Herniated discs: Herniated discs at the spinal cord level especially in the center to right side could definitely cause your symptoms. At age 20 you should definitely see a spine surgeon for further evaluation. ...Read more
Can herniated disc cause symptom just sometimes on straight leg test? Sometimes I get muscle twitching in feet other times not,same with big toe pain.
Can be intermittent: If a herniated disc causes signs like straight leg raising or sciatic nerve tenderness, it can be intermittent. So can any neurological or muscular sign or symptom. Left alone most resolve with conservative treatment. And some people with herniated disc on imaging studies have no pain. ...Read more
What causes tingling numbness i legs, knees and feet? Alsobottom of feet ache..Left worse than right. I do have bursitis in hips and C7 herniated disc
Many possible causes: There are many possible causes of numbness in your legs and feet. I know nothing of your health but diabetes can cause this, vitamin B12 deficiency, herniated disc issues, local nerve entrapment, or what is called idiopathic peripheral neuropathy. This warrants evaluation by your physician. ...Read more
What can be done about back and feet ache caused by herniated disk, when physiotherapy didn't work?
Correct PT?: When people let me know that pt is not working my first question is who, where, and what was done during therapy. More often that not the treatment did not include an important intervention. Not all pt is made the same. Discuss this with your physician. If therapy has been appropriate then further evaluation or testing may be necessary to determine what part of the spine is causing the pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not typically: Typically due to compressive pathology of the L4 nerve root or L5 -- most commonly at the l4-5 level. Not just a small herniated disc. There are other causes: neuromuscular, peripheral sciatic or peroneal nerve palsies or injuries. See your spine surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dr ordered a nerve conduction study of my leg. Would it show that I have a herniated disk? Have pain / numbness in both calves / bottom of feet.
Yes: L5-s1 disk herniation can irritate either the L5 or s1 nerve root. Nerve irritation can cause leg pain, weakness, numbness. These symptoms can radiate down to the foot. This might affect your toes when walking. See your doctor, who can decide if MRI is needed, and if you need treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was diagnosed with herniated disc and it was affecting my left side now it seems to be affectin my right side and my feet seem to be turning cold?
Symmetry: Often disc disease starts on one side and then with time the opposite side becomes involved especially if the discussion bulge or protrusion is not affecting the lateral recess but more central.Therefore update your MRI, get an EMG & understand that if the sympathetic nerves are affected, involved extremities can get cold.Start core strengthrning, see a spine surgeon and discuss meds vs injections ...Read more
Back pain: This is something that should be addressed sooner than later. The main concern is that there is a pinched nerve in your back that is affecting your ability to move your toes. Make an appointment as soon as possible with your primary care doctor or an Orthopaedic spine surgeon so that an exam and an MRI of your lumbar spine can be ordered. Hope this helps. Take care. Joe Wilson. ...Read more
I recently been diag. With 2 herniated disc and put on heavy pain meds but now I have horribly swollen feet ! is this from the disc or pain meds?
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