The term spondylosis is used to describe osteoarthritis of the spine, but it is also commonly used to describe any manner of spinal degeneration.



Spondylosis is caused by wear and tear on the components of the spine. The major risk factor for developing spondylosis is age. In fact, by age 60 most people will show signs of spondylosis on X-ray.

Spinal Muscles weakness

Sedentary Lifestyle

Overuse of spine

Overweight or obesity

Vitamin D3 Deficiency

Diabetes Mellitus


Spondylosis does not always cause symptoms. When symptoms do occur, they typically include neck or back pain or stiffness.

Spondylosis can lead to spinal stenosis, which is a narrowing of the spinal canal. As a result, the spinal cord and/or spinal nerve roots can become compressed (pinched).

Tingling and numbness in the arms, hands, legs, and/or feet Weakness in the muscles of the arms, shoulders, legs, feet, and/or hands

Coordination problems

How We Treat

Lumbar Disc Mobilization, Short Wave Diathermy (SWD), Interferential Current (IFT), TENS, Stretching and Strengthening Exercises, Posture Correction.

Home Advice

Take rest for 3 days, Use Lumbar Corset/Belt while traveling.