People with lower neck or back pain, experience numerous symptoms that are correlated with Degenerative Disc Disease. For example, the pain is likely to worsen while in a sitting and sedantary position due to the lumbosacral disc that are loaded three more times while sitting. Lower back and neck pain is common for patients that are suffering from this condition,as well as sporadic serious pain. The specific cause of pain experienced by an individual, is unexplained, but theorized as the body reacting with muscle spams in response to the disc pain. The spasms create the feeling within the patient that their back gas “gone out.” Degenerative Disc Disease frequently effects the cervical spine or the lumbar spine, the parts of the spine that undergo the highest amount of motion and stress. Proper exercise and rehabilitation routines conducted by a Physical Therapist, is effective in combating this condition. Exercise will assist the healing process of the back, while preventing further suffering. Added benefits of exercise such as the hormonal endorphin release, which is another gain, serves as a natural pain reliever in the body.