Waist, neck and back hernias

Waist, neck and back hernias

Hernia is a worldwide problem. Individuals struggling with this problem may have to compromise many things in their daily lives. Therefore, early diagnosis and planning of the treatment process is important. However, in order to intervene in the hernia, it is first necessary to know what the hernia is. Any organ or structure in the body that protrudes beyond the anatomical structure is called a hernia. Hernia is especially seen in the waist and neck regions. In addition to the waist and neck region, it can also occur in the back.

Symptoms of Lumbar, Neck and Back Hernia

Different reactions can be seen in the body before the hernia occurs. If these reactions are well observed, the hernia can be intervened in a short time. The most important symptom of hernia is the feeling of weakness in the muscle group to which it is connected. However, weakness in the muscle group is not considered as the only symptom of hernia. Other symptoms of lumbar, neck and back hernia are as follows:

  • Feeling of numbness in the herniated area
  • Tingling in the area
  • Difficulty in holding urine and large ablution
  • Weakness in the arms and legs
  • Intense pain in areas such as neck and back


Hernia is a serious problem that should be given importance. People who do not attach importance to this problem may witness the progression of hernia. Progressing hernia can cause thinning and melting of the muscles.

Causes of Lumbar, Neck and Back Hernia

Hernia is seen in most people between the ages of 20-40. There are a number of reasons for the hernia seen in this age range. The first of these reasons is posture disorder. Being at the computer for a long time can cause posture disorder. Posture disorder is considered one of the most important causes of hernia. In addition, keeping the phone or tablet below eye level is one of the causes of neck hernia. People should pay attention to the correct posture when using a phone or tablet. Lifting a heavy load can also trigger the formation of a hernia. Therefore, it is important not to go under the heavy load alone. Situations such as traffic accidents or falling from a height can also trigger the formation of a hernia.

Who Can Hernia Occur?

It is not known directly who has a hernia. However, the incidence of hernia is much higher in individuals working in jobs that require physical strength. Construction workers, factory workers are the occupational groups encountered with hernia. In addition, individuals who have to stand continuously or who do not work in comfortable conditions may also encounter hernia. In order to avoid hernia, it is recommended that the individual should take short breaks during his/her work.

How to Diagnose Lumbar, Neck and Back Hernia?

In order to diagnose the hernia that occurs within the body, a specialist physician is needed. The specialist physician performs a clinical evaluation to determine the location and type of pain. With this evaluation, the location of the hernia is learnt much more accurately. After this, some images are requested from the patient. The hernia is examined more closely with X-ray film, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. After detailed imaging, the doctor makes the diagnosis. With the diagnosis, a personalised treatment process begins. Individuals can get rid of their existing problems in a short time by giving importance to this treatment process.

How to Treat Lumbar, Neck and Back Hernia?

In order to treat the hernia seen in the waist, neck or back, it is important that the patient attaches importance to the process and does not neglect the doctor's control. People who do not attach importance to doctor control cannot see the effect they expect from treatment. People who cannot see the effect they expect from the treatment cannot get rid of the hernia. For hernia treatment, the patient is first taught the correct posture and sitting positions. In this way, the progression of the hernia is prevented. After this stage, drug treatment begins. Products such as painkillers and muscle relaxants are used as drug treatment. Physiotherapy and conservative treatment methods are used in medication treatment. Individuals who do not neglect drug treatment and continue physiotherapy and conservative treatment get rid of the hernia at the end of the process.

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