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Lumber Spondylosis

Lumber Spondylosis

Spondylosis may occur in the cervical spine (neck), lumbar spine (low back) and thoracic spine (upper and mid-back). Cervical spondylosis and lumbar spondylosis are the most prevalent phenomena that grow with the increasing age. For the lower lumbar spondylosis treatment, contact Dr. Amit Bindal, the best spine surgeon in Meerut.

Lumbosacral spondylosis is spondylosis that influences the lumbar spine and the sacral spine (below the lumbar spine, in the midline between the buttocks). Lumbar spondylosis surgery and cervical and lumbar spondylosis treatment are done by Dr. Amit Bindal.

Lumbar spondylosis is a deteriorating joint disease usually found in older people. It occurs due to aging and time-related wear and tears on the vertebrae (bones) of the lower back. The degeneration also influences the cartilage, and the discs, which are pillow-like tissues between the vertebrae.

Causes and risk factors of LUMBAR SPONDYLOSIS:
Abnormal spinal movement
Sedentary Lifestyle
Prolonged sitting
Prior injury

Lumbar spondylosis symptoms 
Patients do not experience any symptoms initially. But later, they can feel a pain which can be mild or severe or stiffness in the mornings lasting for more than half an hour.

Additional lumbar spondylosis symptoms are as follows:
Regional pain
Pain after prolonged sitting
Worsening pain after repeated movement
Muscle spasms
Localized tenderness
Tingling, numbness in the limbs
A weakness of affected arm due to possible nerve compression
Lower back pain and discomfort that radiates to the buttocks and legs.
Abnormal growths on the vertebrae, spinal osteoarthritis, chronic pain, and disability.
Lower back stiffness in the morning.
Lifting and bending often increase lower back pain.

You will be needed to provide a complete history of your previous injury, so that the doctor may find clues on how your particular injury occurred.
A physical examination, testing for flexibility of neck and back, and confirmed to check whether there is any pain on applying pressure to the affected area.
A neurological examination will help the doctor to assess nerves, muscle strength, pain and sensation, movement, balance, coordination, hearing, vision, and reflexes.
If symptoms are present, diagnostic tests may be performed electromyogram (EMG), which tests the nerve and electrical activity of muscles.
Image testing can also be performed like X-Ray, CT scan, MRI, and SPECT to know the exact situation.

Lumbar spondylosis treatment
Lumbar spondylosis pain relief usually in most of the cases of lumbar spondylosis is treated mild, which requires following conventional methods like
Chiropractic care
Self-care practices
Anti-inflammatory/pain medication
Light exercises like yoga or water aerobics

The alternative treatment options for lumbar spondylosis include:
Steroid epidurals
Osteopathic manual therapy
Treatment of lumbar spondylosis with Radiculopathy

Treatment for lumbar spondylosis is recommended depending on the severity of symptoms, the degree of complications, patient's age and medical history, and various other factors. Many patients do not need any treatment. Lumbar spondylosis is not curable, but treatment can help to ease symptoms. Treatment comprises of a combination of rest, medication, exercise, physical therapy, and surgery.

When symptoms show up, early diagnosis and treatment will help to decrease the uneasiness and risks of complications. The best treatment plans generally use a combination of rest, physical therapy, exercise, medications, and in some rare condition, surgery.

Physical therapy consists of a variety -of-motion exercises and several other exercises to strengthen back muscles, reduce stiffness, and maintain or enhance the flexibility of the back.
Exercises must also help to tighten the core abdominal muscles of the person.
Physical therapy may include heat therapy and electrical stimulation to help ease the pain.
Several lumbar orthopedic devices may also be advised to support the lower back, especially while bending, lifting, or sitting.
Losing extra pounds can lessen the strain on the spine, especially lower back.
Generally, medications like Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, or NSAIDs, may also be recommended.
Muscle relaxers may also be advised.
Several surgical procedures may be recommended in rare cases in which there is compression of a nerve. The purpose of surgery is to minimize pressure on the affected nerves.

Strictly follow the doctor's treatment plan and maintain your home exercise plan (if you were in physical therapy).
Sit and stand properly.
Learn to lift correctly.
Exercise regularly.
Attain and maintain a healthy body weight.
Eat well (a healthy, well-balanced, low-fat diet rich in fruits and vegetables).
Stop smoking.
Avoid excessive use of alcohol.
Get adequate rest.

Old age brings a plethora of health issues. Suffering from Lumbar Spondylosis affects your body adversely. It cannot be cured completely, but with the help of a good doctor, you can reduce the symptoms and live a healthy life. Spondylosis lumbar spine doctor Amit Bindal is the best spine doctor in Meerut.

You need a well-learned, experienced doctor to provide you with the Best treatment for Lumbar spondylosis. Why bother when you have the best doctor for Lumbar spondylosis in Meerut. Whether it is a severe lumbar spondylosis treatment, mild degenerative lumbar spondylosis, or lumbar spondylosis surgery, we provide services at affordable rates. Visit today, Dr. Amit BindalM.S.,M.Ch, Brain, and Spine Surgeon at BINDAL'S CLINIC at Meerut for any lumbar spondylosis treatment. For any information, visit www.bindalclinics.com or info@bindalclinics.com. You can also call us at 8958004590 (Dev Shri Plaza) or 9756101557 (Citi Center).