Is there a good treatment for spondylosis (lumbar)?

Treat Spondylosis. If you are talking spondylosis (see part two), you are dealing with a degenerative process, which cannot be reversed. It is treated through medication, exercise, therapy, manipulation, yoga, trigger point injections, and rarely surgery. For most, exercise, therapy, manipulation will control the symptoms, but some treatment will need to continue life long.
Two Part Answer. Spondylitis: inflammation of one or more vertebrae. This is a very different process than spondylosis because spondylosis is degenerative while spondylitis is inflammatory. Spondylolysis: incomplete development and formation of the articulating part of the vertebra. Spondylolisthesis: forward or backward movement of the body of one of the lower lumbar vertebrae on the vertebra below it.
Excercise. Djd benefits from strengthneing core muscles and loosing weight, intrabdominaly espemany patients!cially. I find gravity inversion devices of use, in.
Several. I am guessing you are talkiing about anklyosing spondylitis. This is an arthritis, with an inherited underpinning, causing inflammation of the lower back, sacral area and also changes in other joints. It also affects the heart and eyes. Treatment is graded depending upon severity. Usually Indocin (indomethacin) for starters, and later biological factors some by injection. See a rheumatologist.

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Tell me whether cervical / lumbar spondylosis has got any permanent treatment?

No quick answer. Spondylosis is also known as stenosis. It occurs as we get older. It occurs with trauma and repetitive spinal micro trauma. We can't prevent it. When it cause neurologic problems surgery might be needed to decompress neural structures such as nerve roots and the spinal cord. Read more...

Are there nonsurgical treatments for lumbar spondylosis?

Yes . It is another name for age related changes to the spine and does not require any specific treatment other than we should all exercise routinely. Read more...

My MRI result shows I have degenerative disc disease with lumbar spondylosis, and then my doctor said also have pott's disease any cure for this?

Concerning. Pott's disease is a serious infection causing fracture of the spine. This requires a long treatment. During your care, there is no harm in caring for your degenerative disc disease by walking and slow strengthening exercises.. If walking is painful, supporting your posture with a brace may be needed for a while. Avoid lifting, twisting, or walking down hill. Read more...

I ve cervical lumbar spondylosis can I drive two wheller I don't wear helmet just used to go ofc can I go by it does it hve any effects on spine?

Varies. The term spondylitis of the lumbar or cervical spine is another way to say you have some degenerative arthritis in your spine, which in and of itself is not a deterrent to activity. Certainly, if any activity you do regularly causes severe pain. It would be best avoided. Also please reconsider the use of a helmet, it could save your life. Read more...

What are symptoms of lumbar spondylosis?

Leg pain. Spondylolsis is the degeneration of the disks in the spine. Lumbar spondylolsis is quite common and is associated with leg pain and back pain. Leg pain often trumps the back pain and is often made worse with walking and physical activity. The leg pain will resolve with resting. When instability of the spine occurs the back pain is often worse. Spondylolsis so common but is often asymptotic . Read more...

What is some info on thoraco lumbar spondylosis?

You are older than. It just means you are older than 10 as that is the age we can start to see age related changes start to occur in the spine which progress with time. Read more...

What are the exercise for treating lumbar spondylosis?

Core. Usually what is described as core strengthening exercises. By strengthening your core, your symptoms can improve and also you will potentially be able to do more as well. Read more...