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Spondylosis is the most common form of spine bone degeneration that begins to affect people from their middle-age onwards.

Spondylosis is usually asymptomatic. Symptoms show up when a bone spur pinches a nerve, or simply begins with pain and stiffness. These symptoms include:

  • Stiffness in the neck and back
  • Pain in the arms and shoulders Also in lower back and legs
  • Difficulty moving the neck and back
  • Headaches and dizziness

Sometimes, the condition develops into cervical myelopathy and shows up as:

  • Numbness and tingling in the limbs when the nerve is pinched
  • Loss of bladder and bowel movement (Cauda Equina syndrome)
  • Lack of co-ordination
  • Difficulty walking
  • Difficulty in balancing
  • Weakness in hands and foot muscles.

Spondylosis is caused primarily by:

  • Bone and muscle degeneration
  • Disc generation: This causes bone spurs that add friction to spinal movements
  • Poor posture and sitting incorrectly
  • Spinal injury or partial disc dislocation
  • Sedentary lifestyle

Spondylosis cannot be cured but milder cases can be managed with conservative treatment which includes:

  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Physical therapy
  • Medication

Advanced pain management involves:

  • Cell Repair Treatment: This uses frequency specific micro-currents that relieves pain in the affected area.
  • Surgery: Only recommended in the case of cervical myelopathy (spine compression near the neck)

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