Degenerative Disc Disease

When the cushioning in your spine starts to deteriorate, degenerative disc disease develops. Rubbery cushions between your vertebrae are called spinal discs (bones in your spinal column). They serve as shock absorbers and make it easier for you to bend and twist. Older persons are most likely to have the disorder. All people's spinal discs deteriorate over time as a natural aspect of growing older. Most people begin to develop some spinal degeneration after the age of 40. With the correct care, pain can be reduced and mobility can be improved.

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