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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.

Our online support group for people with cervical spondylosis will help you know more about the disease and get in touch with doctors or other patients.

 

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About Spondylosis
Encyclopedia section of medindia gives general information about Spondylosis.. Read More
Cervical Spondylosis - Causes - Symptoms - Diagnosis - Treatment - FAQs
Cervical spondylosis is a disorder in which there is abnormal wear on cervical vertebrae... Read More



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