Spondylosis is the common term used to refer to the age related wear and tear of the spine. Cervical spondylosis is the degeneration of spinal discs of your neck. The discs of the spine dehydrate and shrink and signs of osteoarthritis develop including bony projections along the edges of bone called bone spurs. So in general it is the degenerative arthritis of the spine. It is a very common condition and a gradually progressive disorder.

Cervical spondylosis can lead to a variety of serious issues like herniated disc and one spur which will eventually irritate the spinal cord.

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Our rehabilitation teams

Our doctors work with healthcare professionals to evaluate the impact of injury on your function and develop a recovery plan that is personalised for you. Our rehabilitation teams include physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech/language therapists, Acupuncturist, Ayurveda & Naturopathy doctors . We offer care for as long as you need it and advise you of techniques to recover faster.

Our hospital brings together specially trained medical staff, advanced monitoring techniques, and specialized Physiotherapy and Ayurvedic treatments focused on improving the outcomes of patients with Cervical Spondylosis.

Ayurvedic Treatment for Cervical Spondylosis

Cervical spondylosis can be correlated to greeva stambh coming under vata vyadhi in ayurveda and can be due to dhatu kshaya. It can be treated by internal medications, panchakarma procedures, and physiotherapy.

Internal Medications Include:

  • Dashamoola 
  • Guduchi
  • Ashwagandha 
  • Eranda

Panchakarma Treatments Done Includes:

  • Abhyanga
  • Svedana
  • Mridu virechana
  • Greeva vasti
  • Shashtika shali pinda sweda

Physiotherapy Treatment for Cervical Spondylosis

Physical therapy is extremely important for spondylosis pain relief and spondylosis symptom reduction. Manual therapy of the thoracic spine can be used for reduction of pain, enhance function, increase range of motion, and treat thoracic hypomobility. The therapist gently moves the joint and soft tissues during mobilisation to re – establish normal range of motion, lubricate the joint surfaces, and ease pain. Patients with chronic neck pain are frequently advised to undergo physiotherapy in order to stretch and strengthen their muscles. Through a particular set of exercises, it has been shown to be effective in regaining the mobility, flexibility, and core strength. The advantage of physical therapy is that it not only helps with pain relief but also with pain prevention. Make sure your mattress is providing adequate back support and that all of your seating encourages good posture. The muscles in the spine can act as a supporting structure when you have good posture, which relieves pressure on the spinal joints. Being inactive will prevent your neck from “stiffening up” from too much rest, which could make your symptoms worse.

Yoga for Cervical Spondylosis

Due to sedentary lifestyles and changes in lifestyle, children are also more susceptible to this illness. This becomes a chronic health concern over time due to lengthy work hours, inactivity, and increased stress.
Yoga is a safe, all-natural treatment for cervical spondylosis. Regular use of this age-old science results in a supple body, a peaceful mind, and a good outlook on life.

Frequently Asked Questions !

In advanced cases there is no cure for Cerebral atrophy, but the associated disabilities can be managed by Ayurveda treatments, occupational therapy and physiotherapy. Our ultimate goal in such cases will be to prevent progress of the condition.

CT and MRI are done mainly to diagnose the condition, but MRI is more precise and sensitive in detecting even the mild focal lesions and the atrophic changes in the nuclei.

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