Diagnosis and Treatment of Cervical Spondylosis Through Chiropractic
A cervical spondylosis patient requires specialized treatment for a complete recovery. Unfortunately, most therapeutic approaches to treatments are insufficient. To obtain lasting benefits, you will need targeted treatments that address spondylosis at the roots. In other words, you need an advanced therapeutic measure that addresses all aspects of your condition. In our centers, we have achieved significant clinical results by combining the efforts of chiropractors and physiotherapists under one roof. Also, we incorporated advanced spinal decompression technology; as a result, the successes we have had are unmatched by others!
Cervical spondylosis (e.g., neck arthritis and cervical osteoarthritis) occurs due to wear and tear in the cartilage in the neck bones (cervical spine). Spondylosis is a mechanical disorder of the spine often related to aging. However, other factors can cause it as well, like poor neck alignment or poor posture. Cervical Spondylosis is believed to be present in over 90 percent of people over the age of 65 years old. Although the numbers may even be a high number, as most people who have this condition, don’t ever experience any symptoms! When it comes to cervical spondylosis; chiropractic care can help.
The BEST Cervical Spondylosis Treatment in Malaysia
Our centers have successfully treated thousands of patients with cervical spondylosis in Malaysia. Treatments used by our clinical teams include chiropractic, physiotherapy, exercise rehabilitation, and ergonomic training. Our cervical spondylosis patients get better faster when compared to any other form of treatment in Malaysia. The reason why you get better faster through our systems is that of our methods, systems, and technology are better than others. If you are looking for the best cervical spondylosis treatment in Malaysia, call us today. Our clinical non-surgical teams will get you back to healthy active life.
The chiropractors and physiotherapists of Chiropractic Specialty Centers have shared goals of providing pain relief, improving alignment and posture, by optimizing the strength of spinal muscles, keeping spinal bones in proper alignment and repairing of spinal disc damages. In addition to relieving your pain, our team of chiropractors and physiotherapists will help you lead a normal life by lowering your risk of suffering a permanent damage.
When you visit one of our centers, we will spend ample time with you, educating you on things you can; leading to a healthier tomorrow. In our centers, you will get a complete holistic method of care, which is often neglected by others. Our clinical teams will pay attention to the smallest detail. Their goal is to return you to healthy active life as soon as possible.
Chiropractic Treatment of Cervical Spondylosis
Chiropractic Specialty Centers can help stabilize your spine by targeting damaged tissue and malfunctional spinal segments. Best of all, our efforts are non-invasive. In some cases, we have even been able to reduce the spondylosis. The first step to getting better is by contacting one of our centers today. Call us to set an appointment for a complete and thorough assessment. During your evaluation, our chiropractor will do a series of musculoskeletal tests, orthopedic tests, and neurological assessments to accurately identify the offending segment. Once, diagnosis is established, a treatment plan will be formulated. Your treatment plan will be customized based on what we discover during your examination.
The treatments you get in a Chiropractic Specialty Center are diagnosis-specific and holistic, meaning our treatments will target the cause of your spondylosis. Often, a cervical spondylosis patient will have muscle imbalances, ligamentous weakness, joint malposition, and slipped discs. Our team’s job is to find these offending tissues and formulate a plan that addresses every aspect of a given problem. The soft tissues (spinal discs, ligaments, and muscles) are our primary focus when it comes to treatments for a cervical spondylosis patient.
Depending on your diagnosis, our chiropractor may use various kinds of spinal manipulation to help proper joint position. Our physiotherapists will do procedures that will strengthen and bring balance to muscles and ligaments. In our centers, we use advanced technology (the RxDecom) to help restore your spinal disc, should there be any damage.
Here is a list of the common risk factors involving Cervical Spondylosis:
Neglecting mild neck and upper back pain; being overweight, inactive or smoking and family history of spondylosis. Additional risk factors include repetitive movements, poor posture, heavy lifting and neck injuries.
Aside from the above, spondylosis may naturally occur to some extent, as we age. Let’s say that by the time you are 75 years old, you will have some cervical spondylosis. However, spondylosis of moderate or severe nature is never acceptable, regardless of age.
Cervical spondylosis is a serious condition that needs time and care to avoid worsening. Those that neglect it often ends up requiring neck operations. The one thing that all patients with neck surgery have in common is pain that progressively worsens over a couple of years after the first surgery. Often, patients will end with a second and even third surgical intervention.
Cervical Spondylosis and Headaches
With the progression of cervical spondylosis, you might experience neck stiffness, headaches, and a tingling sensation or aches in one or both of your arms. Shooting pain might develop if bone spurs grow in a lateral direction; leading to nerve root impingement and irritation. If the spinal cord is affected by the bone spurs, then a loss of neck movement, weakness in one’s arms, loss of balance, and headaches may result.
The loss of the natural curve results in mild to moderate cervical spondylosis, causing the vertebrae to malposition and eventually fusing together as the condition worsens. Addiotnalyy, neck movements can produce grinding sounds, pain, as well as some of the above symptoms with spondylosis.
When Should You Seek Care Form a Chiropractor for Cervical Spondylosis?
The early effects of Cervical Spondylosis are mild, so the only way of knowing whether you suffer from a spondylosis is to get x-rays or have an MRI done. These diagnostic tests enable our doctor of chiropractic to spot spinal disc and joint damage early.
As Cervical Spondylosis continues to worsen, three common symptoms might present themselves: muscle weakness in one’s fingers and arms and pain in the shoulder blade area. The pain may increase when bending the neck backward, coughing, sneezing, or moving.
Our chiropractic centers in Malaysia recommends all who have cervical spondylosis to get care as soon as possible. Neglecting it will only worsen the condition. In our centers, you will find highly skilled clinical teams who utilize advanced therapy equipment for those that suffer from spondylosis. Best of all, our clinical team of chiropractors and physiotherapists have the experience needed to effectively treat your cervical spondylosis without medication, injections or surgery.
Best Research-Based Clinical Treatments for Cervical Spondylosis is Chiropractic
The difference between our centers and others is our focused care based on clinical research. Cervical spondylosis is a common condition that can be treated effectively without the need for drugs, injections or surgery. In fact, several published research article cite and recommend a combination of exercise, physiotherapy and targeted joint mobilizations (chiropractic adjustments). In our centers, we have thoroughly researched the best and most effective methods and have to understand that a combined collaborative treatment through physiotherapy, targeted rehabilitative exercise, focused non-forceful chiropractic treatments enhanced with therapeutic devices such as the RxDecom is the best treatment option for those that suffer from cervical spondylosis.
A 2007 published research in the BMJ (British Medical Journal) by Dr. Allan Binder (Rheumatologist) summarized that the best treatment for cervical spondylosis includes exercise, manipulation, and mobility. Furthermore, he reported that the results of neck surgery for such patients are often disappointing. Our methods of care as we have mentioned before are based on clinical research not just from the fields of chiropractic and physiotherapy, but also from reputable medical and surgical publications. We have provided a link to Dr. Binder’s research, so that you may become familiar with our reached based clinical treatments of cervical spondylosis.