Understanding Degenerative Disk Disease

Some degeneration in the disks between vertebrae occurs in almost everyone over time.

Theres no doubt that our bodies, including the complex array of structures in and around the spine, change with age. For example, the cylindrical disks tucked between each bone (vertebra) of the spine are subject to some deterioration. This may or may not lead to pain or other symptoms.
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