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Cervical Radiculopathy Symptoms

Cervical radiculopathy happens when a nerve in the neck is pinched and this is often cause by a herniated disc or bone spur which is pressing on the inflamed nerve root. Most of the time, this situation leads to degenerative changes in the neck. The nerve that comes from the spinal cord in the neck […]

Lumbar Spondylosis Treatment

Lumbar spondylosis covers other conditions like osteophytes, facet joint degeneration, herniations and lumbar disc bulges. Common symptoms of lumbar spondylosis may include sciatica, limitation in back movement and low back pain. Treatment for lumbar spondylosis is usually conservative however surgery is always recommended if there is spinal cord compression or pain that is intractable. Read […]

Cervical Spondylosis Symptoms

Neck pain is another common complain of individuals aside from back pain. It can be cause by various conditions and this is often associated with individuals advancing in age. Just like any part of the body, the cervical spine or bones in the neck can slowly degenerate as it age. This often results to arthritis. […]

Cervical Radiculopathy

Cervical radiculopathy is an inflammation of the nerve in the cervical spine from the exit point which is called neuroforamen. Most neck pain does go away after several weeks but there are some neck pain that can persist and may radiate to the arms and shoulders. Cervical radiculopathy symptoms may include weakness, numbness or pain […]