Appropriate Treatment Of Cervical Spondylosis?
Good afternoon doctor .. I am nurlaelà. I am 37 years old. I want to ask: I have cervical spondylysis..what I asked. Can I get better by drinking oxicobal and pregabalin and other therapy ???
From the information you have conveyed, if the complaint you feel has been examined and treated by a doctor so that the doctor states the cause of this complaint is a cervical spondylosis then, you can continue the treatment and treatment that has been planned by your doctor.
In general, conservative management is expected to achieve positive results with the target of reducing pain complaints until pain complaints do not interfere or do not feel and improve the patient's quality of life. However, apart from therapy, evaluation of the cause of spondylosis and self-care at home also has a big role to play in the recovery of this condition. For example, if the risk factors for spondylosis are due to excess body weight or over weight, then controlling the body weight or idealizing body weight will get better recovery results. Likewise, if you have a habit of carrying heavy loads on your shoulders or in the wrong work position, controlling the load and adjusting to a good work position will help better treatment results.
So that the results of treatment as well as medical rehabilitation or physical therapy and self-care by avoiding risk factors will help the recovery of patients with spondylosis. This conservative treatment and treatment can provide a benefit of approximately 79% recovery until the likelihood of the complaint disappears or improves. This means that the possibility of not achieving optimal recovery is still possible.
However, however, discuss with your neurologist about your treatment and you should be able to continue the treatment plan that has been submitted by your doctor.
That is the information we can convey, also read cervical spondylosis.