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Cervical Spondylosis/ Degenerative neck disease

Cervical spondylosis or degenerative neck disease is arthritis or osteoarthritis of the spinal vertebra in the neck region. It can be very painful and its associated with balance and bowel problems.

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Cervical Spondylosis/ Degenerative neck disease

The area, which are commonly affected by Cervical Spondylosis are from the fourth to seventh vertebral bones. The discs present in between the two vertebrae loses height due to ageing or degeneration or sometimes due to injury.In cervical spondylosis the ligament of the joints become...Read More

Posted on : Wednesday, January 21, 2009 12:00 AM
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vijknl
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I have a pain in neck and i feel to vomit many times when stress increases is this cirvical spondilites
Replied on Thursday, July 29, 2010 12:00 AM
I am a desk top user and can these be the reason for my neck pain symptoms .Is there any kind of advice which anybody can suggest me? Eagerly waiting for the reply.
Replied on Saturday, September 18, 2010 4:22 AM

rmsdfsdfsdf
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i have spondylises probq nearly one year am taking treatment from 6months in ayurvedic at karimnager but some times nurve pains are coming in legs and starting of sisks
Replied on Tuesday, October 12, 2010 5:38 AM
Does it better for you let us know,my dad having same prob since 2 months.shown diff docs in Karimnagar.he is having severe pain..in his right arm..he tried english medicine ,now using ayurvedic medicine..let us know ur comments..will be most helpful for us..thanks
Replied on Friday, December 31, 2010 3:57 AM

Spotnis
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I have Cervical Spondulosis as well as Lumber. In Cervical I have 2 chairs are affected and in Lumber also 2 chairs are affected. These problems are with me for last 15 years. But I have controlled them nicely by doing exercises which I devised myself and not as per Doctor's or Pysio's advise. They always tell you to move your head on left and right in upright position. This is my humble advise to everybody that don't do this exercise in the upright position. That spoils your cervical chairs further. The same exercise should be done while you lay on your back so the weight of your head does not crush your fleshy chairs which are in beteen vertibras. Do all exercises of the back while lying on the hard bed or floor but in very slow motion. Never give additional weight or pressure. Wish you best of luck.
Replied on Thursday, December 2, 2010 2:35 AM
SLEEP ON A FIRM MATTRESS.STAND and SIT STRAIGHT.KEEP YOUR BACK STRAIGHT WHEN WORKING.KEEP A CUSHION AT THE BACK WHEN SITTING IN A CHAIR OR DRIVING.AVOID SUDDEN JERKY MOVEMENT and OVERACTIVITY.TO LIFT OBJECT FROM FLOOR,KNEEL DON'T BEND OR BEND AT THE KNEES and NOT AT THE WAIST.EXERCISE-LIE FACE DOWN ON THE FLOOR WITH YOUR HAND BEHIND YOUR BACK.HOLLOW YOUR BACK BY RAISING HAND and SHOULDERS OFF THE FLOOR.COUNT 3.LOWER HEAD and SHOULDERS.RELAX WHILE YOU COUNT 10.REPEAT THIS ABOUT 10 TIMES.MASSAGE YOUR BACK ONCE A WEEK.IN CASE OF AN ATTACK OF BACKACHE TAKE BED ON A FIRM MATTRESS FOR ATLEAST 24 HOURS.GET UP ONLY FOR GOING TOILET.TAKE HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE.CONSULT A GOOD HOMOEOPATH.
Replied on Wednesday, December 15, 2010 9:57 AM
i have cervical spondy losis compression at c5-c6 c6-c7 and osteophytes along spine.
Replied on Sunday, July 24, 2011 10:38 AM
 




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