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What is Leaky Disc Syndrome?
Posted on December 12, 2018 by Neuromicrospine

The discs in the spinal column can lead to disabling back pain in fomerly-active people. An age older than 60 is especially linked to disc degeneration, but accidents and repetitive stress injuries in younger adults are also common causes. As the cushioning function of the vertebral discs is eroded due arthritis or other reason, you can experience increasing levels of pain in your back. The term – “Leaky Disc Syndrome” – was coined to describe a particular feature of disc degeneration (referred to as annulus fibrosus tears).

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Posted on November 15, 2018 by Neuromicrospine

Poor posture in childhood can lead to spinal disc compression in adulthood. Meanwhile, most adults experience back strain at some point during their working lives (per an article in 2016 in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics). Whether a spine disorder is diagnosed at birth or at some later time in life, the consequence is usually pain and an adverse overall effect on quality of life. 

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Posted on October 21, 2018 by Rachel Cohen

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  • According to the Journal of Neuroscience, a person's sleeping position may affect their ability to clear waste from their brain and spinal system.
  • Clearing waste from the brain and spinal system aids overall health, and this study suggests side sleeping may be best for this process.
  • Dr. Mark Giovanini of NeuroMicroSpine explains results from the study and why certain sleep positions may improve spine health.

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