Countless patients feel completely baffled when they hear their doctors tell them that they have cervical arthritis. Chances are, you share the same sentiment. Unfortunately, neck arthritis is a widespread problem that affects 85 percent of seniors in the USA. Dr. Tsiglieris, our certified NUCCA chiropractor in Redwood City, has worked on many neck arthritis cases. So, we decided to write about this health condition and how you can relieve it.
Doctors and researchers refer to neck arthritis in different ways. Some call it cervical spondylosis, while others refer to it as degenerative osteoarthritis or cervical osteoarthritis. Neck arthritis is a progressive condition that can leave a lasting impact on the body.
Studies note that the blunt force on the neck due to car accidents or neck trauma contributes to the development of cervical arthritis. The bone shifting triggers joint inflammation and eventually bone overgrowth (bone spurs). The abnormal bone tissue growth can press on the surrounding tissues and nerves, causing excruciating and persistent neck pain.
Naturally, if you want to relieve pain caused by neck arthritis or prevent it from developing, you must ensure that you have a well-balanced cervical spine. And, what better way to do that than seeking the help of a NUCCA chiropractor in Redwood City?
NUCCA cervical care offers hope for people who suffer from neck pain because of cervical arthritis or cervical subluxation. This chiropractic technique helps revert the misaligned neck bone. The adjustments aim to help your body heal so you can finally eliminate neck pain or relieve cervical osteoarthritis.
Our NUCCA chiropractor in Redwood City commits to helping patients with neck arthritis experience relief. Find out more about how we help our patients by requesting a consultation or calling us at (650) 595-0500.
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