Cervical Spondylosis is a kind of arthritis that affects the joints, discs, and ligaments in the cervical spine or neck. The pain started from the neck and may reach the shoulder, arms, and hands.
People who put a strain on their neck, have a neck injury, lead a sedentary lifestyle or have a family member with cervical spondylosis may experience the condition. The pain can be mild or severe, depending on the underlying cause of the health problem.
What are the symptoms?
For most people, cervical spondylosis causes no symptoms. When symptoms do occur, they typically include pain and stiffness in the neck.
Neck pain: this is one of the common symptoms of cervical Spondylosis. Injuries in the neck often cause pains. But if you feel pains without neck strain or sprain, you may be suffering from this condition.
Stiff neck: moving the neck sideways or upwards may become difficult.
Spinal cord pain: you may feel intense pain in the back. Performing simple tasks like walking, standing, sitting, or exercising may become difficult.
Tingling in the shoulders, arm, and legs: you may be experiencing numbness or loss of sensation in these body parts.
Headache: Several factors result in headaches.
Lack of coordination and difficulty walking.
Loss of bladder or bowel control
What causes cervical spondylosis?
Dehydrated disks: Disks act like cushions between the vertebrae of your spine. By the age of 40, most people's spinal disks begin drying out and shrinking, which allows more bone-on-bone contact between the vertebrae.
Herniation: Normal aging can cause part of your spinal disk to tear or crack. The herniation can allow the disk to bulge out, pressing on nearby tissue or a spinal nerve. This pressure can cause pain, tingling, or numbness.
Osteoarthritis: Osteoarthritis is a progressive (ongoing) condition that causes the cartilage in your joints to degenerate.
Bone spurs: When cartilage in the joints of the vertebrae in your spine starts to degenerate and bone tissue rubs directly against other bone tissue, abnormal bone growths develop along the edges of vertebrae.
Injury: If you’ve had an injury to your neck (during a fall or car accident, for example), this can accelerate the aging process.
How Homeopathy can help in treatment of Cervical Spondylosis?
The pains are relieved within a short period of treatment by the specified homeopathic medicines.
Homeopathy provides you effective relief in pain and stiffness of the cervical spine.
Homeopathic medicines reduce the inflammation of the disc and ligaments.
Homeopathic medicines are deep-acting and, hence, control the further process of degeneration. Homeopathy controls the progression of the disease and prevents further destruction of the disc and vertebrae to some extent.
Gradually, homeopathy reduces the need for painkillers. Eventually, you can stop taking painkillers.
Homeopathy is safe, non-toxic, and non-habit-forming even when taken for a long duration.
If a patient has nerve root compression, the regular use of homeopathic medicines shows improvement in the relief from tingling sensation and numbness.
Duration of treatment:
Many patients experience symptomatic relief in the initial four to six weeks. The total duration of treatment depends on various factors like:
The extent and progress of the disease: Intensity of inflammation, degeneration, and compression.
The duration of suffering.
Occupation and lifestyle of the patient.
The general health of the patient.
Any other underlying medical condition.
Why Asian Homeocare:
100% Safe– Our medicines are safe and herbal that have no side effects on our bodies.
Visible Results– Results of our treatment are visible within a month. Our renowned specialists work on the root cause of the disorder and root out the disorder permanently.
Personalized Diet Chart– At Asian Homeocare, we provide patients with positive dietary changes that will help in the speedy recovery from the disorder. We believe in providing a sustainable yet effective diet plan to cure the cause of the disorder.