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Derangement syndrome, posture again often appears poor. Richardson Injury Rehab patients may appear fixed in a position of deformity. Loss of motion in one or more directions may be observed. Patients may feel intermittent or constant pain locally on or near the spinal column or radiating into one or more limbs. The response to repeated movements differs from that observed in dysfunction. The patient's symptoms may change site, increase, decrease, be produced or abolished rapidly in the course of relatively few movements.

The disc consists of a fibrous outer wall called the annulus fibrosus and a gel-like inner portion called the nucleus pulposus The disc consists of a fibrous outer wall called the annulus fibrosus and a gel-like inner portion called the nucleus pulposus. The disc has shock-absorbing properties that protect the spinal column. With normal aging, so-called "degenerative" changes, such as cracks and fissures, can occur in the structure of the disc. These may or may not be associated with symptoms. As a result of abnormal stresses such as poor and prolonged sitting and frequent or prolonged flexion of the spine or as a result of trauma, internal derangement can occur within the disc.

If you feel that your are suffering from symptoms related to derangement syndrome please call our Richardson Injury Rehab chiropractic clinic today to learn more about the McKenzie Method and other treatment options available for you condition.

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