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    Re: Cervical spondylosis

    Sounds like a right pain in the neck

    (At first I was wondering why you had a cervix until I checked online...)


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    Re: Cervical spondylosis

    Well, the odd thing is that cervical spondylosis causes neck pain and symptoms below the area that is most affected- for example, pain in the hands or weakness in lifting the arms. It's not normally something that would cause chronic headache.

    Since you're having dizziness with it, you should talk with your doctor since the headaches may be related to something other than the cervical spondylosis.
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    Re: Cervical spondylosis

    The challenge with things like spondylosis is that it's a normal feature of aging. We see radiology reports all the time on people over age 40 that say, "Degenerative changes" but are considered within the "normal" range. There are some people who have it worse than others- sometimes it's hereditary but the challenge is always trying to determine the tipping point between what is normal aging and what is a problem that requires treatment.

    There are some tests that a neurologist or physical medicine specialist can do to determine if the spondylosis is affecting the nerves that originate from the spine and the muscles that are controlled by those nerves. That is what will determine whether the symptoms that you are having are a result of the spondylosis.

    There are some effects of aging that can be slowed or improved. The cartilage pads between the spine tend to dry and harden with age, so frequent weight-bearing exercise and physical activity like yoga will help slow the process. Chiropractic care, accupuncture and physical therapy can also help.

    Hopefully your doctor will give you more information and will determine whether to refer you to a specialist.
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