What is Lumbar Facet Joint Arthropathy?
Lumbar facet joint arthropathy is a disease that affects the joints of the spine and causes the cartilage at such joints to be disintegrated; resulting in impaired joint movement and inflammation of the surrounding tissue. It is a degenerative disease.READ MORE
What is Lumbar Disc Bulge?
A lumbar disc bulge (also known as a herniated disc) is a tear in the disc which separates the lower back spinal bones causing severe lower back pain. People who suffer from this injury are usually 20 to 50 years old and are mostly affected at the lowest disc.READ MORE
What is Spondylolisthesis?
Spondylolisthesis is the condition where a bone in the spine, usually lower back, slides under another bone causing issues such as blockage of the nerve or the spinal cord.READ MORE
What is Spondylosis?
This term refers to the general degeneration of the spine and the shock-absorbing intervertebral discs. It can strike the neck, the middle back, or the lower back. Thus, we have cervical (neck) spondylosis, thoracic (mid-back) spondylosis, and lumbar (lower back) spondylosis.READ MORE