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A herniated disc occurs when a portion of the gel-like center within a disc protrudes forward, creating a small bump or bulge within the back.

Nerve pain is a disorder that can develop due to problems in the central nervous system but can also arise from damage that occurs from an injury.

Lower back pain can range from mild to severe and can cause unwanted symptoms, such as sudden stiffness, muscle spasms, and limited mobility.

Neck pain can arise for many different reasons and is often caused by an injury, whiplash, or habitual routines that put stress on the neck muscles.

Sciatica is acute or chronic discomfort that is isolated along the sciatic nerve, which runs behind the lower back and upper thighs of the body.

Spinal stenosis develops gradually, causing narrowing of the spinal column that results in debilitating symptoms, such as limited mobility and pain.

A pinched nerve develops when surrounding tissue or bone compresses the nearby nerves, which can result in tingling, numbness, and muscle weakness.

Neuropathy is a type of nerve condition that causes acute or chronic pain in the body after severe nerve damage from trauma or previous surgery.

Complex regional pain syndrome is a rare disease that affects the limbs of the body due to damage to the peripheral and central nervous systems.

Facet joint pain, also known as facet joint disease, is a condition that typically arises after an injury to the facet joints in the spinal column.

Facet syndrome is a pain disorder that affects the synovial joints of the spine and is usually the result of advanced age or severe muscle strain.

Spinal arthritis is a disease that negatively impacts the structures that make up the spinal column, resulting in severe pain and limited mobility.

Degenerative disc disease is a condition that breaks down the discs within the spinal canal, causing limited mobility, muscle weakness, and pain.

Fibromyalgia is a pain disorder that affects the muscles and joints of the body in men and women over the age of 35, causing soreness and stiffness.

Myofascial pain syndrome is a chronic pain disorder that affects the muscles of the body, resulting in knots or painful sections of soft tissue.

Phantom limb pain is the sensation of discomfort that men and women experience after the amputation of a limb, such as an arm, leg, hand, or foot.

Cancer can present all kinds of unwanted symptoms, including chronic headaches, severe muscle pain, and acute discomfort in the joints of the body.

Headaches and migraines are common pain disorders that can cause mild to acute discomfort and other ailments, such as dizziness and stiff neck.

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