All Spondylosis (Osteoarthritis) Articles

Physical Therapy for Spondylosis

A physical therapy program is individualized and may include active treatments, such as an exercise program.

Symptoms of Spondylosis

The symptoms of spondylosis, also known as spinal osteoarthritis, vary depending on where your spine is affected.

Cervical Spondylosis: Patient History and Case

Cervical spondylosis is spinal osteoarthritis affecting the neck. This patient case reviews the evaluation and treatment of a woman who developed spondylosis as a result of a car accident.

Video Series: Exercises for Lumbar Spondylosis

Video lumbar spine stretches and exercises to help reduce low back pain and stiffness that can be caused by spinal osteoarthritis, also called lumbar spondylosis.

Video Series: Exercises for Cervical Spondylosis

Three video neck stretches and exercises to help relieve a stiff neck caused by spinal osteoarthritis also called cervical spondylosis.

Spondylosis (Spinal Osteoarthritis) Center

Spondylosis is also known as spinal osteoarthritis. It is common and usually not serious, although it can be quite painful.

Spondylosis: How Doctors Treat Spinal Osteoarthritis

A surgeon explains how doctors diagnose this degenerative process, including what happens in physical and neurological exams.

Exams and Tests for Spondylosis

To make an accurate diagnosis of spondylosis, your doctor will do physical and neurological exams. You'll need to have x-rays, CT scans, or MRIs, too.

Spondylosis

Spondylosis is spinal osteoarthritis, a degenerative disorder associated with aging and causes changes in the spine's facet joints altering function and causing inflammation and pain.

Osteophytes (Bone Spurs)

Osteophytes are smooth bony overgrowths called bone spurs that may develop in older adults in response to degenerative spinal changes.

Arthritis: Hope, But No Miracles

Although no miracle cures are out there, treatment and management of this disease is possible.

Spondylosis (Spinal Arthritis): Reduce Back and Neck Pain

Most cases of spondylosis (also called spinal arthritis and spinal osteoarthritis) are mild and can be treated with non-surgical treatments.

Modern Treatments for Arthritis

Learn all about modern arthritis treatments including disease modifiers, biologics that block cytokines, joint replacement, arthroplasty, and hydroxylapatite.

Non-surgical Treatments for Spondylosis

Most spondylosis patients respond well to nonsurgical treatments such as medication, physical therapy, and chiropractic care.

Spondylosis Prevention and Relief

You cannot stop your body from growing older, but you can do a lot to improve the health of your spine.
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