Treatment For Spondylosis Sufferers?
I was in the afternoon, I wanted to ask some time I went to the doctor and I was diagnosed with spondylosis, even though I was only 24 years old. indeed I have experienced right back pain to the neck for a long time even impressed like bending over and greater upper right back, I often feel pain every too long sitting and when going to sleep. my question is whether spondylosis can completely recover? and body shape back to original ?, thank you
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Spondylosis is a condition where the vertebrae and the pillow are damaged so that it can compress the spinal cord and cause general symptoms such as neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain, low back pain and so on depending on the affected vertebrae. Where this vertebra consists of vertebrae, vertebrae (yhiracal), vertebrae (lumbar), and coccyx. But spondylosis is more common in cervical vertebrae or cervical spondylosis and lumbar spondylosis (lumbar vertebrae). Spondylosis is often caused by osteoarthritis, which is inflammation of the bones, due to aging also aggravated by other factors. So that spondylosis is often also called osteoarthtitis in the spine.
Spondylosis often occurs due to penuan factors due to decreased bone density because it usually occurs in old age often found at the age of 40-60 years. Here are the symptoms that you can feel in spondylosis for example:
Decreased joint flexibility Sensation and sound friction in the joint when moved. Easy joint pain Pain in the neck, and pain can spread to the head, shoulders, and arms. Tingling, stiffness, and weakness in the arms, hands, legs, and feet depending on the affected area Low back pain, especially when moved, for example when bending or when straightened it is a degenerative process which occurs due to the result of aging or aging and also overuse or continuous use. So that therapy or treatment is given only in the form of reducing the symptoms and also prevent the condition from worsening so that you can continue your normal activities as usual. And the symptoms of this condition can sometimes decrease slowly over time.
Here are some things you can do to relieve these symptoms, for example:
Lose weight if you are obese Routine exercise Perform physiotherapy Using special tools to help reduce pain when standing or walking, a special tool can be a buffer. You can consult first with an orthopedic specialist for whether or not you need to use this buffer. Take pain relievers such as paracetamol and NSAIDs. Compress the affected part with a warm towel. Avoid activities that use a lot of back muscles such as lifting heavy weights. and effective for you.
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