Should not. Interfere. Talk with a trainer to avoid exercise for the trapezius, which may worsen neck pain. Shoulder, pec, biceps, and leg exercises should not causes issues!
If no pain then ok. If you are not having any pain, numbness tingling or weakness in your arms or legs, there should not be any problem.
Had bad effect. When left wieghts over head, you load your spine all togethor especialy the cervical spine, if you have spondloysis tat could make worse.
Yes. Typically, once the symptoms are minimal, weight training is allowed, with cautious increases in weight.
Okay. I think you are asking if you can weight train if you have cervical spondylosis. If you use good technique and the spondylosis is not causing you nerve or spinal cord problems (you are having mainly neck stiffness and discomfort), then you can probably do whatever is comfortable. If you have numbness, tingling, weakness, arm pain, unsteady walking, consult a spine doctor.
Have cervical spondylosis w muscle spasms in upper back and neck. Should I be doing any upper body strength training or not?
You can try as long. As they do not aggravate your symptoms and you may have to modify your workouts by lessening loads and reps along with more bench work while avoiding overhead workouts and floor routines. If the weights do aggravate your symptoms you may have to avoid weight training until better orseek treatment so you can resume your weights once treated.
Cervical spondylosis. Light weight lifting makes shoulders tight. Are there exercises I can do to help it or are all arm/neck exer going to tighten?
Absolutely. Http://www. Mckinley. Illinois. Edu/handouts/neck_pain/neck_pain. Htm.
Have cervical spondylosis. Did neck traction 3 times, started at mininum weight n increase 1kg every time. Now feel tension at throat. Is it related?
Unlikely anything. Is happening other than there are front or anterior neck muscles that may be strained from the traction to explain your symptoms. If it persists or worsens, get checked by your doctor.
No. Cervical spondylosis is a disorder in which there is abnormal wear on the cartilage and bones of the neck (cervical vertebrae). This is develops over time and is often the result of posture, occupation, genetics, and normal wear and tear. Often symptoms develop over time or can occur suddenly. Prevention including smoking cessation, proper ergonomics, and posture are the best ways to avoid pain.
No. Cervical spondylosis is produced over time by the natural wear and tear pattern of the cervical spine. While it can be accelerated with certain trauma, it is not curable. The symptoms it causes my be treatable with epidural steroid injections, and/or oral medications for anti inflammatory or analgesia (pain killer).
NO. There are a lot of things you can do to minimize your symptoms like massage, therapeutic exercise, pt, and medications that may reduce your pain. Even stopping smoking can reduce the progression if you are a smoker. A balanced approach is the best way to go with a combination of all of the above.
No but secondary. Issues that can result from these aging related symptoms can be managed usually with nonoperative means and when indicated, surgery. Cervical spondylosis is a normal finding as we age.
Anti-inflammatories. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories can relieve symptoms. Nothing reverses the cervical spondylosis.
No. Short of dying now, no. There is no foutain of youth to reverse these aging changes but if you smoke, stop as this will slow the rate of degeneration.
Neck pain. Cervical spondylosis is the medical term for arthritis in the neck. Like getting gray hair or wrinkles, we all develop arthritis. While we can't cure it, we can treat it and slow down the advancement. See a neurosurgeon or spine surgeon to help you develop a treatment plan.