Symptoms that appears in cervical spondylosis


Cervical spondylosis symptoms affect neck and then cause pain as well as stiffness. Cervical spondylosis affects spine’s neck area. Generally, people over 50 year age feel more neck pain because they suffer more vertebral disc problems as they alter in their strength and density.

Risk of cervical spondylosis generally increases in those patients who already suffer with arthritis. Cervical spondylosis basically affects those seven bones that are present in the spinal column and are found in the blood vessels, neck, nerves and the discs. If patient learn to diagnose his cervical spondylosis symptoms, he may seek better treatment before the occurrence of complications.

Symptoms of cervical spondylosis include:

  • Neck stiffness
  • Neck pain
  • Chest pain and pain in arm or shoulder
  • Tingling sensation in feet, legs, hands and arm
  • Weakness and numbness in legs, arm, hands or feet
  • Walking difficulty
  • Reflexes become abnormal
  • Loss of bowel retention
  • Loss of bladder control

Filed Under: Back and Neck InjuriesBone Diseases

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