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Disc Hernia

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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2010

A herniated disc occurs when the outer sack partially ruptures and the interior of the sack expands, pushing part of the disc into the spinal canal near to where the spinal cord and other nerve roots are located. This causes either chronic or acute pain in the back or in the neck, and movement restriction of the affected area due to pressure exerted on the spinal nerve roots.

Disc injury from lifting objects such as boxes, cartons, crates, bags, drums, powered tools, equipment and other materials is among the most common injuries related to manual lifting.

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