Cervical Osteoarthritis

What is the cervical osteoarthritis?

Cervical osteoarthritis is declension of the bone in the vertebrae (neck) and the disks between the bones, compressing the spinal tendon in the neck. Cervical osteoarthritis is commonly called cervical Spondylosis. It usually affects the old-age and middle-aged people.

It is the most common in of spinal tendon dysfunction among people older than 55. As people age, Spondylosis becomes more common. It causes spine in the neck to declination. When a bone in the spine attempts to reconstruct itself, it besets, narrowing the spinal canal in the neck.

The disks between the spines also decline. These changes may cause dysfunction. Because the tissue is injured. For example: minor neck trauma.

What are the common symptoms of cervical osteoarthritis?

Symptoms of cervical osteoarthritis may result from squeezing of the spinal nerve, spinal cord. Here are the some common symptoms of cervical osteoarthritis given bellow:

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