Advanced Non-Surgical Spondylosis Treatment In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Chiropractic Specialty Center® provides the best corrective research-based spondylosis treatment in Malaysia.
An Expert Guide Into The Arthritic & Degenerative Changes Of The Spine
Spondylosis is a loss team descriptive of degenerative and arthritic spinal changes in the spine. They can occur at any segment in the spine but are most common in the neck, followed by the lower back.
Spondylosis is common in both the neck (cervical spondylosis and low back (lumbar spondylosis. In the early stages, spondylosis is painless. The pain in spondylosis is associated with degenerative changes in the spinal disc (disc degeneration), arthritic changes in spinal joints (facet arthrosis), and slipped discs (bulging and herniated discs).
Pain associated with spondylosis is the result of tissue damage and nerve impingement. As spinal discs deteriorate or degenerate; losing their height and strength. The spinal disc connects spinal bones, provides shock absorbance, and forms the most critical part of vertebral foramina. The vertebral foramen (formed by spinal bones and discs) is the opening through which spinal nerves exit from the spine. Loss of vertebral disc height is a common cause of decreased vertebral foramina (foraminal stenosis).
Both cervical and lumbar spondylosis are treatable and recoverable without injections or surgery.
Our clinical teams have been treating spondylosis for over 15-years. What makes us better is our expertise, knowledge, experience, and breakthrough spine technology. Call our center today at 03 2093 1000 for the best alternative to spondylosis surgery. Talk to us today and learn about your non-surgical options regarding spondylosis or neck and back pain treatments in Malaysia.
What Causes Spondylosis In The Neck & Back
Poor posture and excessive cell phone use (tech neck or text neck) is the most common cause of spondylosis in young adults. In the elderly, the most common denominator is advancing age and the degenerative changes it causes.
Tech neck or text neck is the main culprit in cervical spondylosis. Poor sitting posture, excessive bending and twisting at the low back is the leading cause of spondylosis in the lower back. Sports injuries and motor vehicle accidents are also common causes of spondylosis in the neck and back.
You can prevent and slow the progress of spondylosis by sitting upright in an ergonomic chair while at work; sleep in a supine position (on your back) with a proper (contoured neck pillow).
What Structures Are Impacted In Spondylosis?
Spondylosis could affect your spine facet joints, soft tissues, and intervertebral discs (spinal discs). Degeneration of the spine and its tissues results from cellular changes that contribute to losing spinal discs' and joints' robust architecture. These structural alterations could reduce the disc space between the vertebral bodies and affect the normal movement of facet joints. In short, it is a term reserved for normal wear and tears as one age. However, clinicians are starting to use this term for younger adults and even teenagers.
Our modern lifestyles, poor posture, and lack of sufficient activity have led to premature degenerative changes. Nowadays, the spines of teenagers and young adults are degenerating faster! Perhaps the most significant influencing factor for this rapid progression of degenerative changes is the result of smart devices we use daily. This article provides information regarding the cause, symptoms, and the best non-surgical spondylosis treatment in Malaysia.
What Causes The Degenerative & Arthritic Changes (Spondylotic Spine)?
As mentioned, the spondylotic spine is the result of a normal aging phenomenon. Degenerative changes in the spine result in bone spurs, thickened ligaments, and damaged muscles. These are wear and tear changes in ligaments, muscles, spinal discs, bones, and joints. Additionally, the intervertebral discs wear out and weaken, resulting in bulging discs and disc herniation (slip-disc).
The most common cause of the spondylotic spine (premature wear and tear) is abnormal weight-bearing or poor posture. In other words, you are surfing the net on a pad, laptop, or cell phone. Improper use of handheld devices places enormous amounts of stress on the spine. Continued or excessive daily usage leads to arthritic and degenerative changes, as seen in the spondylotic neck or back patients. To recover, you need focused spondylosis treatment that targets the actual damage without surgery or injections.
Symptoms Of A Spondylotic Spine
A majority of spondylotic patients live a healthy, active life without pain or discomfort. Lumbar spondylosis is usually present in more than 35% of people who show no symptoms. Cervical spondylosis is present in over 85% of adults over the age of 60. However, for some, it can be quite painful. Pain with spondylotic changes in the neck or low back is the result of damaged or irritated nerves. Nerve compression is often a result of bone spurs, bulging discs, or facet joints.
Slipped disc, bone spur, or facet (spinal joint) damage can narrow holes where nerve roots exit. Narrowing of these small openings for nerve leads to nerve compression or impingement. Corrective chiropractic combined with physiotherapy offers the best spondylosis treatment option. Contact Chiropractic Specialty Center® today and learn more about your non-surgical options.
A pinched nerve in the neck could result in neck pain, shoulder pain, or a headache. Compressed or pinched nerves lead to numbness or tingling sensations in the upper back or upper extremities (shoulders, arms, wrists, hands, and fingers). However, if the impingement is in the low back, the pain and symptoms associated with the pinched nerves involve the lower back, buttocks, thighs, legs, feet, and toes.
Impact Of Bulging Disc In Spondylosis
Even when the bulging discs are not large enough to result in a nerve pinch, they could result in local inflammatory reactions. Inflammation of spinal joints and soft tissues (spinal discs, muscles, and ligaments) causes the nerves to be more sensitive, resulting in pain. Besides, disc herniation or bulges can push the ligaments in your spine and result in pain.
If bone spurs form in your spine, they could result in pain as well as the loss of motion. Bones spur that projects from spinal bones or spinal joints pinch or compress the spinal cord or nerves. Regardless of the source, nerve impingements from spondylosis cause discomfort, stiffness, pain, weakness, numbness, and tingling into the arms or legs.
Get Corrective Non-Surgical Spondylosis Treatment At Chiropractic Specialty Center®
Chiropractic Specialty Center® provides the best non-surgical spondylosis treatment in Kuala Lumpur. CSC's corrective research-based treatments repair the actual cause of your neck pain or back pain. Surgery and injections are harmful and short-lived. Contact us today for holistic options that competing centers do not offer in Malaysia.
Chiropractic Specialty Center® treats spondylosis through the combined efforts of chiropractors and physiotherapists. What sets us apart from competing centers is our breakthrough spine technology and advanced methods. Our clinical team's spondylosis treatment methodology is through NSD Therapy® methods.
NSD Therapy® is not painful. It combines manual treatment methods coupled with specialized spine devices such as the RxDecom®, Spinercise®, FD-300™, Shockwave therapy, and other therapeutic modalities. We are the only certified NSD Therapy center in Malaysia. Learn more about NSD Therapy protocols, methods, and conditions. Please contact us at 03 2093 1000 for more information about our spondylosis therapy or NSD Therapy® techniques.
CSC's holistic spondylosis treatment has helped thousands avoid spine surgery. If you like to know more about alternatives to spine surgery, call us. We look forward to hearing from you.
Best Spondylosis Treatment In Malaysia
As mentioned, spondylosis is a common condition that rarely causes nerve pain or discomfort in mild cases or when caused by regular degenerative changes as we age. However, for some, it causes excruciating pain and symptoms. Painful or symptomatic patients are treatable without injections or surgery. Even severe spondylosis cases are treatable through targeted chiropractic treatment and physiotherapy methods that fix and repair the actual damage.
Our research-based clinical doctors of chiropractic and clinical physiotherapists have treated thousands of spondylotic patients successfully. Critical to our clinical successes are our teams' skills, knowledge, and breakthrough spine technology provided collaboratively. If you suffer from cervical spondylosis or lumbar spondylosis, contact our center today to learn about the corrective spondylosis treatment that repairs the damage in your spine.
CSC’s provides the best alternative to spine surgery for those suffering from spondylosis in Malaysia. Contact Chiropractic Specialty Center® in Kuala Lumpur for advanced non-surgical spondylosis treatment today.
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