What are sign and symptoms of cervical and lumbar spondylosis?

Usually none. This is a descriptive term to note age related changes of the spine that could eventually lead to an inflammation which would them cause symptoms.

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What are the solutions to hemi-distonia and cervical and lumbar spondylosis?

They are unrelated. Cervical and lumbar spondylosis is the description for the natural aging process of the spine in the neck and back respectively revealing degenerative changes on imaging studies and has no bearing on hemidystonia which arises from other usually non spinal etiologies. Having these age related changes in the spine usually results in no symptoms. Read more...

Can you suggest solutions to hemi-distonia and cervical and lumbar spondylosis?

Botox. Botox is fda approved for dystonia. Some general neurologists are comfortable with this, most neurologist further trained in movement disorders do this. Read more...

Is it safe to drive two wheeler if I have cervical and lumbar spondylosis it pains in neck if I drive but its my necassity?

Not safe. U need 2 wear a helmet ; this alone will increase symptoms, as will bumps that jar ur entire spine, even if u r standing most of the time like a jockey riding a race horse. If it's a necessity for ur work u have 2 wiegh the pros ; cons; make a decision knowing the consequences. Read more...

As I read in many answers that cervical and lumbar spondylosis are normal aging process m young and have this why it pains than?

Wear and tear. Degenerative disease of the spine can occur as a result of injury or wear and tear. Some people may have a family history of early osteoarthritis. Pain in the neck may be from muscle spasm, not necessarily osteoarthritis or spondylosis unless x-rays have proved their presence. Read more...

I am suffering from cervical and lumbar spondylosis at 28...Does it mean that I will suffer for the whole of my life? Or lead to paralysis?

Possible, but. May be able to dampen the affects with physical therapy regimens that may need to be repeated. Spondylosis is used to describe a specific type of arthritis in your spine and can lead to long term pain but can be managed. The spondylosis itself should not lead to paralysis unless it actually impinges on the spinal cord, which would be extreme. Spondylysis and spondylolisthesis threaten cord more. Read more...

Can cervical spondylosis, if left untreated, cause lumbar spondylosis?

No. Cervical spondylosis has nothing to do with the lumbar one. Both can co-exist, though, but none is caused by the presence of the other. Read more...
No. Cervical spondylosis means the spinal canal is narrowed in your neck and lumbar is similar in the lower back. They can be associated because patients who develop arthritis or narrowing in the neck may have the same systemic pathology (ie arthritis) in the lower back, but they are not directly linked. In other words, cervical spondylosis does not lead to lumbar spondylosis. Read more...

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...

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...

Can cervical spondylosis n disc herniation cause lumbar spondylosis n lower back n sacrum pain? Are they related?

Yes. But applying to the upper and lower spine as separate -----not cause and effect. Read more...
Many have both. It is common for patients that have cervical degenerative problems to also have lumbar degenerative problems. Common factors include age and genetics. Check out spine-health.Com. Read more...