Effect Of Cervical Traction and Exercises Therapy on Cervical Spondylosis
Author(s):
ADHYA SUMAN, Dr. Apoorva Srivastava
Keywords:
Cervical spondylosis; cervical osteophytes; Neck pain; Body height; Spine
Abstract
A common degenerative condition of the cervical spine in our population is cervical spondylosis. The illness spreads slowly and gets worse over time. The term "cervical spondylosis" refers to a broad range of gradually developing degenerative alterations that impact every part of the cervical spine. This illness spreads slowly and gets worse over time. This study aims to highlight the purpose of this study is to identify the variables that affect cervical spondylosis. A 28-year-old patient arrived at our Hospital complaining of discomfort and stiffness in the cervical region for a year, as well as pain that has been radiating to both upper limbs for four months. Since one month, she has experienced unpleasant neck motions. Her condition was identified as cervical spondylosis. MRI was suggestive of osteophytes at the C6 level and ligamentum flavum thickening, which indent thecal sac and compress the bilateral leaving nerve roots and we releases the patient pain with the heat therapy, deep tissue massage, exercises, cervical traction, cervical strengthening. At the end of the 12-week treatment and 4-week follow-up, the patient receiving PNMES (percutaneous neuromuscular electrical stimulation) exhibited more decreases in the mean VAS, respectively, compared with the patient receiving PNMES. Additionally, the increase in the mean ROM was also significantly higher in the PNMES. At the end of a 12-week treatment and a 4-week follow-up, the patient is very satisfied. He increased working hours, and mobile use had a significant impact on disease. He can intervene in the progression of disease by adopting a healthy lifestyle and taking precautions to prevent it. Patient middle age, Men long sitting in computer system working more than 7 hours can influence development of cervical spondylosis by adapting healthy life style to prevent it
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Unique Paper ID: 160587

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 586 - 592
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