Translation of slipped disc in Spanish:

slipped disc

hernia de disco, n.

Pronunciation /ˌslɪpt ˈdɪsk//ˌslɪpt ˈdɪsk/


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    hernia de disco feminine
    • I, personally, have two slipped discs that require me to regularly walk for exercise.
    • Several years ago, when she'd been employed at the firm for six months and married for just three, her husband suffered a slipped disk and was flat on his back for six months.
    • There is also a gentle gravity-fed traction device for those with a slipped disc or sciatica.
    • As a result of our upright, bipedal posture, we surfer a huge catalog of woes, including slipped disks, fallen arches, wrenched knees, hernias, and aching necks.
    • A slipped disc usually happens when the back is bent forward.
    • The main symptom of a slipped disc is sudden, excruciating back pain with severe back muscle spasm.
    • Half of his patients suffer from lower back pain problems, caused by a slipped disc, muscle or ligament strain, trauma or work-related injury.
    • Rogers said: ‘I had problems with back pain and it turned out to be a slipped disc.’
    • Anwar, who left jail in a wheelchair, suffers from a slipped disk and spinal stenosis, a narrowing of space in the spine that results in pressure on the spinal cord or nerve roots, according to his aide Azmin Ali.
    • ‘In addition, he has recently suffered a slipped disc and on the day of this offence the pain he was suffering became unbearable,’ she said.
    • This condition is called a pinched nerve, slipped disc, or herniated disc.
    • Tom claims to have healed bad backs, slipped disks and cataracts, and he claims to have cured two people who were in the early stage of cancer.
    • A slipped disc happens when the disc between the bones bulges and presses on nerves.
    • Mr Byard told the inquest she had been in severe pain for months with a slipped disc, and then discovered a lump in her breast.
    • An explanation for the good results of acupuncture at slipped disks is the fact that hurt is not only effect but also cause of this disease.
    • But while the principal loading hypothesis can explain gross injuries, such as fractures in vertebrae or slipped discs, it does not explain the vast majority of cases of back pain.
    • Anyone suffering from slipped discs or sciatica etc. should inform the therapist so she can devise a special program of exercises for them.
    • The high tolerance for dull pain can be a bad thing; I apparently have had a slipped disk in my lower back for over a year that I've just been ‘living with’.
    • Pam Smith sustained serious back injury, including a slipped disc, concussion and severe bruising.
    • The treatment spectrum ranges from regular backaches to slipped discs.