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Symptoms associated with spinal conditions are often difficult to pinpoint. Losing the ability to talk or move a limb may have an obvious neurological cause, but others like back pain or pins and needles are often nonspecific and their cause is harder to isolate.


  • Spinal deformity
    Spinal deformity types found in the human body include scoliosis, lordosis, and kyphosis. Search to find a doctor on our website that is located near you.
  • Pain
    Information on back pain problems and their levels of pain such as acute, subacute, and chronic. Find a doctor on our website located near you.
  • Decreased mobility
    Information on decreased mobility of the spine and the cervical neck and lower back area, as well as degenerative disc disease and scoliosis. Find a doctor.
  • Decreased muscle strength
    Decreased muscle strength disease of the spinal cord or spine can result after injury or medical condition. Search our website for a doctor in your area.
  • Bowel and/or Bladder incontinence
    The words bowel and bladder dysfunction refer to any type of problem affecting the passing of urine or the elimination of stool. More specifically, bowel dysfunction involves the retention of feces within the bowel—commonly known as constipation, or the involuntary leakage of stool while passing gas and, in severe cases, at any time.
  • Sexual dysfunction
    Some of these spinal conditions include osteochondrosis, scoliosis, and herniated discs. When spinal nerves are irritated or injured, or when pelvic organs are affected, sexual dysfunction can occur.
  • Paresthesia
    Paresthesia is a sensation of burning, pricking, prickling, creeping or tickling on the skin without a cause. It is most often related to irritation or injury of a nerve root or a sensory nerve. A paresthesia might come and go, or it may be chronic.
  • Stiffness
    Stiffness is a feeling of resistance when trying to move. It can be caused by inflammation or a collection of fluid that limits space or boundaries. If stiffness is caused by inflammation in the tissues, it is usually worse after extended periods of rest or inactivity.
  • Paralysis
    Paralysis is defined as the total or almost total loss of voluntary muscular movement. The term paralysis should not be used in the same way as paresis, as the latter indicates a mild muscular weakness.
  • Abnormal Sensations
    Dysesthesia is an unpleasant and distorted sense of touch. It brings about aching, burning and tingling pain and happens most often in the upper or lower limbs. It often is manifested in other forms, such as pain.
  • Lower right back pain
    Lower right back pain is defined as pain located in the lower right part of the back. Also mentioned as pain experienced in the right lumbar region, this type of symptom is scientifically known as osphyalgia of the right side.
  • Lower left back pain
    Lower left back pain is, by definition, pain located in the lower left part of the back. Also mentioned as pain experienced in the left lumbar region, this type of symptom is scientifically known as osphyalgia of the left side.
  • Bleeding
    Bleeding is also called hemorrhaging, and it is defined as the loss of blood from the circulatory system. Bleeding can be an acute or chronic condition and it happens for many different reasons. Bleeding can also be internal or external.
  • Female left lower back pain
    Many women experience low back pain. The duration, intensity, and character of the pain can help point out what health problem is really present. Specialists have identified two types of pain syndromes:
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