Cervical and lumbar spine spondylosis refers to spine degeneration in the neck and lower back, respectively. Spine degeneration is a natural part of the aging process that is most common in the flexible and strong lower back and neck. Over the years, natural wear and tear breaks down the spinal anatomy, which can result in a loss of flexibility and mobility, stiffness, and minor aches and pains. However, when cervical or lumbar spondylosis is accompanied by nerve compression, a wider variety of painful symptoms can follow. Ayurvedic treatment for spondylosis is contingent on identifying the location and source of symptoms.Back and Neck Pain:
The lumbar spine and cervical spine are most prone to deterioration. Both segments of the spine are extremely flexible and are tasked with supporting a significant weight load. This combination of stress and mobility is the reason that neck and lower back pain are so common – particularly as people grow older. Spondylosis is the word that is used to describe the presence of spine degeneration at various levels of the spine. Spondylosis can affect a single are of the spine or multiple areas at once (multilevel spondylosis). isn’t a condition itself, but an umbrella term that may refer to the onset of degenerative disc disease, facet disease, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, and any other type of degenerative spine condition.
The symptoms of cervical or lumbar spondylosis include:
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