Cervical Herniated Disc

A cervical herniated disc is diagnosed when the inner core of a disc in the neck herniates, or leaks out of the disc, and presses on an adjacent nerve root. It usually develops in the 30-to-50-year-old age group. While a cervical herniated disc may originate from some sort of trauma or neck injury, the symptoms commonly start spontaneously. A herniated disc in the neck can cause a variety of symptoms such as neck pain or radiating symptoms to the arm, han