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[MUSIC PLAYING] In the same way that the muscle gets smaller and the bones get weaker as we age, the soft cushioned like this that separate the bones of the spine begin to deteriorate. They begin to lose water content within a gel like center and the disk tough outer wall can become brittle and weak. This combination reduces the disk ability to serve as a shock absorber between the vertebrae. The resulting pressure from the vertebrae above and below can lead to bulging or herniated disk. Usually these patients present with dull aching pain. They usually do not have any type of radicular or sciatic pain. The treatment for a thinning disk is conservative treatment, physical therapy, anti-inflammatories, analgesics, daily exercising, and lifestyle modifications. [MUSIC PLAYING]
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