Cervical Spondylosis

Cervical Spondylosis is generally the "wear and tear" of bones and/or the discs in our neck.

This degeneration can start to occur after the age of 30.

Sometimes the edges of the vertebrae start to develop rough areas. At times the discs start to thin over years. Most people do not feel any pain or discomfort from this gradual process but, some can develop mild to severe symptoms.

Symptoms of Cervical spondylosis can Include...

-Neck pain which in some cases can spread to the base of the skull and even the

shoulders. Neck movement may be painful too.

-Some sufferers complain of pain which spreads down the arm to the hand. This

could be from the irritation of a nerve from the spinal cord.

-Stiffness in the neck upon waking up.

-paii can be experienced from time to time or in some cases felt as a constant, persistent       .

-Headaches that seem to start at the back of the head.

-A feeling of "pins and needles" or numbness in the hand or arm.

- Feeling Dizzy when turning your head or bending your neck.