How could physiotherapy cure cervical spondylosis?

It does not cure. it, it is however one of the conservative management treatments that help get one asymptomatic when cervical spondylosis becomes symptomatic. By stabilizing the muscles of the neck minimzes stresses across your neck joints, and help stabilize the joints. Stress across spondylotic joints can induce inflammation and then pain. Remember everyone will spondylosis, it is like having skin wrinkles.

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Feel slight pain in my neck. I also have cervical spondylosis. What could be wrong?

Neck pain. Cervical spondylosis can certainly cause neck pain.........And so can other things. Check with your doctor to see what's going on. Read more...
Please see below. Cervical spondylosis is a very generic term for degenerative changes or arthritic changes in the spinal column. It can be said that almost everyone develops some spondylosis as they get older. Slight neck pain also is very common and related to arthritis and soft tissue (muscle, ligament) irritation. Read more...

Recent lay diagonised cervical spondylosis now having pain in lower and middle back on sitting on a good posture also what could be this?

Lumbar spondylosis. Cervical spondylosis is often reflective of degenerative changes in the spine. 32 is a bit early for that, but it can happen. These degenerative or arthritic changes can lead to pain. It is not uncommon to have these changes in more than one area of the spine. The lumbar spine is a common area and this can cause some of the symptoms that you have. If the problem persists, check with your doctor. Read more...