Cervical spondylosis, commonly caused by cervical spine degeneration (or) abnormal wear on the cartilage. There can be growth or degeneration, and mineral deposits in the disc that may lead to chronic neck pain and neck stiffness. Patients often show limited head flexibility and mobility. Cumulative degeneration can gradually compress cervical spinal nerve roots causing increased pain, as well as, weakness or sensation loss in the arms and legs.
Thursday, 2 March 2017
Cervical spondylosis completely cured with Nadipathy treatment