Cervical Spondylosis Treatment

Cervical Spondylosis in India

Cervical spondylosis is also known as arthritis or osteoarthritis of the neck. Various factors cause neck pain, and with increasing age, the disks and joints in the neck (cervical spine) slowly degenerate.

Cervical spondylosis is age-related wear and tear that causes weakening of the bones and ligaments of the cervical spinal disks present in the neck. More than 85% of the people above the age of 60 are affected by this condition worldwide.

The human spine is made up of 24 bones, called vertebrae, and these bones are connected to create a canal that protects the spinal cord. The seven small vertebras present in the skull base and form the neck comprise the cervical spine. Cervical spondylosis occurs due to degenerative changes that occur in the spine due to aging. The disks dry out and weaken as it loses its water content. This causes the collapse of the disk spaces and loss of disk space height.

This condition responds well to conservative treatment that includes physical therapy or certain medications.

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Symptoms of Cervical Spondylosis treatment in Delhi

In many cases, the cervical spondylosis shows no symptoms, but when symptoms occur, this includes the following

  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Soreness in the neck
  • Pain and stiffness in the neck
  • Lack of bowel and urine control
  • Trouble walking, loss of balance, or weakness in the hands or legs
  • Spondylosis in the lumbar spine causes pain in thigh and behind the knees area
  • Lack of balance and coordination causing walking and movement difficulties
  • Localised pain in the area of damage
  • Popping sound while moving the neck
  • Abnormal body reflexes and random muscle spasms
  • Failure to properly turn the head around due to extreme pain
  • Tingling numbness and weakness in the neck, arms, legs, and feet area
  • Change in mental health Shooting pain that increases with movement. It occurs when spondylosis has resulted in a herniated disc.

Factors responsible for causing Cervical Spondylosis

  • Smoking
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Sitting in a place for longer hours
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Injury or trauma to the neck
  • Dehydrated spinal disk
  • Stiffness of the ligament
  • Stiffness in the connecting ligaments between bones due to restricting movement
  • An occupation that involves heavy weight lifting and causes spinal wear and tear
  • Bone spurs or overgrowths that press the delicate areas like the spinal cord and nerves.

Tests performed for Cervical Spondylosis treatment in India:

The doctor access once medical history, general health and conduct a physical examination of the neck, shoulders, legs, and arms. A number of tests are also performed to look for changes in the following.

  • Blood flow
  • Walking style (gait)
  • Body reflexes
  • Touch sensation
  • Circulation of blood
  • Neck and arms flexibility
  • Strength of the arms, fingers, hands, and legs.

The doctor generally presses on the neck, shoulder, and lumbar region and checks for abnormalities in the nerve function, muscle strength, and movement range. The medical history of any accident of the previous injury is also noted.

Several diagnostic tests are also performed that help to confirm the diagnosis of cervical spondylosis. This includes:


X-ray shows the alignment of bones dense structures along the neck also reveals the degenerative changes in the cervical spine, such as the presence of bone spurs or the loss of the disc height.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

This technique helps to create an image of the soft body tissue such as nerve, spinal cord, muscles, and disk. The MRI scan helps determine the damage caused to the soft tissues such as the bulging or the herniated disc.

CT scan

This test helps to view the spinal canal and the presence of bone spurs.


It is a special type of computed tomography scan, and in this procedure a a special dye is administered in the spinal canal, which helps the nerve root and spinal cord show up more clearly.

Other laboratories and blood tests are also performed to determine the major causative agent of the disease.

Treatment for Cervical Spondylosis in Delhi

Depending upon the cause and severity of the condition of pain, the treatment is provided. In the first line of treatment, the doctor prescribes medications, low-intensity physical therapy, and adequate rest.

Physical therapy involves specific exercises that help relieve pain and help strengthen and stretch the muscles. Posture therapy or the use of traction is performed to gently stretch the joints and muscles present in the neck.

Medications are the first phase of treatment in which the doctor recommends certain medications that help to reduce pain and inflammation. Certain anti-inflammatory drug and muscle relaxants are used to treat painful muscle spasms.

The patient is often advised to wear a soft cervical collar in the shape of a padded ring and wrapped around the neck, helps limit neck motion and allows the muscles of the neck to be in a resting position.

Ice, heat therapy, and massages are also described to relieve symptoms.

Steroid injections and anesthetic medication is injected into the space next that covers the spinal cord to relieve neck and arm pain caused due to the herniation of the cervical disk.

Acupuncture is also one of the most popular alternative therapies to treat spondylosis in the initial stage.

Surgical treatment for Cervical Spondylosis in Delhi

TSurgical treatments are recommended when the first line of treatment does not provide satisfactory results. It is also performed when a herniated disc places the spinal nerve or compresses the spinal cord.

Patients suffering from progressive neurological symptoms such as weakness in the arms, numbness in the neck area, or following are more likely to benefit from the surgical treatment. In surgery, the main goal is to remove the areas or sources that have been applying extra pressure to the spinal cord and nerve endings.

Steps that help prevent cervical spondylosis and neck pain concerns:

The following are certain preventive measures that can help to prevent this condition.

  • Do not sleep on a high pillow.
  • Avoid wearing heavy objects on the head and neck.
  • Maintain proper body posture, especially when doing a desk job.
  • Stretch body enough in between your work hours.
  • Stop being inactive for a longer time period.

Cervical spondylosis Treatment Cost in Delhi:

The cost of surgery or treatment depends on various factors like

  • The experience of the doctor.
  • Type of surgery or treatment provided.
  • Operating room and devices cost.
  • Anesthesia cost.
  • The severity of the condition.
  • Medications.

The cost of cervical spondylosis treatment in India can vary according to the severity of one's condition and also depend on the type of treatment provided.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Cervical spondylosis can cause permanent damage to your spinal cord or nerve roots if they become extremely narrow.

There is no treatment for this form of osteoarthritis, as there is for other types of osteoarthritis. There are, however, ways to alleviate some or all of the symptoms.

Regular exercise can help with mild cervical spondylosis. Even if you have to temporarily change some of your workouts due to neck pain, staying active can help with speed. People who walk regularly have a lower risk of neck and lower back pain.

Bend the back of the head and the rest of the cervical vertebrae when at work, and shake the neck and shoulder muscles as hard as you can. Keep the neck and shoulders warm, and stop putting heavy things on the head or neck. Sleeping with a high pillow and being exhausted is not a good idea.

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