What is Cervical Spondylosis?
Cervical Spondylosis is a progressive degenerative disease condition of cervical vertebrae and disc in neck. It is age related degeneration (wear & tear), although degeneration in these vertebrae is common for every people as age increases but in Cervical Spondylosis this degeneration is very fast and causing pain in neck region and other changes of vertebrae. Due to this degeneration the edges of vertebrae develops a rough and small area which is known as Osteophytes. If the degeneration takes place at different vertebrae then it is considered as Multilevel Cervical Spondylosis.
What are stages of Cervical Spondylosis?
‘Cervical Radiculopathy’ and ‘Cervical Myelopathy’ are the very common terms which are heard. These both terms have close relation with Cervical Spondylosis. These both conditions are considered as advanced stage of Cervical Spondylosis.
Who is most affected with Cervical Spondylosis?
Cervical Spondylosis is tend to start at the age of 30 years but commonly seen in old age, hence it can be seen in all the people after the age of 30 years. Therefore, if a person is suffering from pain at neck region and restricted range of motion of motion of neck then he/she must be aware and should undergone clinical findings for diagnosing the Cervical Spondylosis.
What are the symptoms of Cervical Spondylosis?
- Pain in Neck
- Restricted range of motion of neck
- Slight neck stiffness
- Feeling of numbness in hands
- Feeling of needle and pins in the arm
- Persistent pain
What is the treatment of Cervical Spondylosis?
Cervical Spondylosis is managed by the strong pain killers (for cervical pain management) and sometimes surgery is suggested in the condition of Cervical Rediculopathy and Myleopathy. Now a day’s surgery is frequently advised in case of chronic condition and hence most of the patients are in the search for the treatment of Cervical Spondylosis / Cervical Rediculopathy / Cervical Myleopathy / Neck degeneration treatment. Physiotherapy treatments for Cervical Spondylosis are also advised but all these treatments are for a relief for short period, sometimes surgeries are also not helpful and costly too.
Ayurveda has sure shot answer for these queries and problems in the case of Cervical Spondylosis. By opting Ayurveda treatments for Cervical Spondylosis one can avoid the suggested surgery for him/her and also can avoid strong pain killers which have so many side effects and can get fully cured through the Ayurvedic treatments for Cervical Spondylosis.
While opting the Ayurveda treatments patients should be aware where they are getting the treatment from? Is the centre being run by less qualified Ayurveda Physicinas? Or is it a Spa or Massage Centre Or the centre is running by any other field’s professionals by hiring only Massage Therapist and so called Kerala Ayurveda Doctors/Kerala Ayurveda based Treatments?
As Ayurveda serves great treatments, helps in avoiding surgery and providing permanent cure to fulfil that purpose a well Planned Treatment Protocol is needed not just only massages and some oral Ayurvedic treatments.
What we do at Attice Ayurveda for Cervical Spondylosis?
Attice Ayurveda provides best treatment for Cervical Spondylosis and provides the permanent treatment of Cervical Spondylosis. 100 % Cervical Spondylosis patients are treated successfully at Attice Ayurveda in the following treatment protocol-
- Panchakarma Therapies- First of all degeneration is stopped and then work on pain and repairing of vertebrae started and for that purpose Panchakarma therapies are strongly advised. Patients are advised for Nasya Karma (Nasal Infiltration of Drugs) in a prescribed pattern, different medicated oleation and sudation and Greeva Basti but depends on condition of the disease and it may vary person to person.
- Ayurvedic Oral Medications- Oral medication is prescribed which is followed by Panchakarma treatment.
Diet, Yoga & Exercise – Diet plan is advised during the Panchakarma treatment and during the Oral medication too. Specific Yoga and Exercise are also advised to patients during after the completion of the treatment.