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Branko Skovrlj
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8 Brick Plaza
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732 640-8203
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A cervical disc problem often translates into a chronic pain in your neck. Discs are the cushions between each of the seven cervical vertebral bones. One of the most common causes of neck pain is a cervical slipped disc or bulging disc. Both conditions occur when a weakened spinal disc encroaches on your spinal cord or root nerves.

Chronic neck pain and discomfort, even if it’s minor, can cause a major disruption of your normal routines. Chronic pain is constant pain you’ve experienced for at least three straight months. With a cervical bulging disc or slipped disc, the pain can be severe in some cases.

Chronic neck pain is fairly common in the U.S., as more than 30 percent of all American adults complain of it. One of the reasons for this high prevalence is the extensive mobility and flexibility — along with the minimal protection — of your cervical spine. This makes it susceptible to injury.

What’s the Difference Between a Slipped Disc and a Bulging Disc?
A slipped disc and a bulging disc are similar in many ways, but each is a distinct medical condition. They have different causes, appear unique from one another in imaging tests and need different treatments. For example:

A bulging disc is created when the outer layer of a disc weakens. At some point, that layer wears away, and the gel-like contents of the disc erupt all around it — if not completely, then at least a half or a quarter of the disc fails. This leads to compressed root nerves because the nerves exit the spinal cord where the discs are located, in between the vertebrae.
A slipped disc is the same thing as a herniated disc. It’s a weakened or brittle disc that cracks, releasing its inner gel substance. Unlike a bulging disc, though, a slipped disc usually leaks in only one spot. But the pressure the disc is under may propel its contents into a nerve root, resulting in the same type of pain in your neck.
Both medical conditions involve damaged discs. Both cause similar symptoms, and both can lead to similar disabilities. Your symptoms from a bulging disc or slipped disc depend on where the interior of the intervertebral discs leak, either into your spinal column, to either side of the bone or toward the back of your vertebra.


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