Recovery Time For Mild Cervical Spondylosis?
Good morning, I want to ask for mild cervical spondylosis it usually takes how many months to completely recover with regular treatment (without surgery because on the HealthReplies.com site it says that surgery u003cspan style=”color: #000000; font -family: museosans300, sans-serif; line-height: 23px;”u003ecannot restore condition to one hundred percent, but aims to prevent symptoms from worsening)u003c/spanu003eu003cspan style=”line-height: 1.5;”u003e. Thank you.u003c/spanu003e
In patients with cervical spondylosis, it shows an abnormal process in the spinal joint system, especially in the neck. This condition is usually related to the process and influence on age, or in other words related to degeneration of the joints in the spine.
Some things related to cervical spondylosis are:
1. Excessive load on joints
3. Rigid joint pads
4. Protrusion of the joint bearing segment
5. Abnormal bone formation in the spine so that it suppresses the nervous system
Complaints in patients with spondylosis can include complaints of chronic pain, tingling, radiating pain, neck muscle stiffness, to balance disorders.
Therefore, to determine the main cause of spondylosis, it is necessary that you consult directly with a neurosurgeon and or orthopedic specialist.
The doctor will conduct an examination and evaluation regarding your condition. Investigations such as blood tests and radiology can be planned.
The management of mild spondylosis in the sense of mild comorbidities and mild nerve compression can be assisted by drugs and medical rehabilitation. Recovery cannot be determined if you do not know the clinical condition of the patient or the cause and level of suppression. And in general, medical rehabilitation can reduce complaints of pain and burden on the spine.
While surgery is indeed done if treatment with drugs and rehabilitation does not get positive results.
Therefore, discuss it directly with your doctor.
This is the information we can convey.
See also Cervical Spondylosis.