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Posted on 09-23-2016

Cervical spondylosis is degeneration of the cervical spine (more commonly referred to as the neck). You may be asking yourself," Do I have any cervical spondylosis?" The short answer is yes. Spondylosis is another term for degenerative change. This is also commonly referred to as Arthritis. Any time you have a traumatic event to the neck and associated structures, it starts a degenerative process in motion that eventually will lead to symptoms. Our conventional way of thinking causes us to assume that the symptoms are the beginning of the problem. The reality is that the symptom is the end of a degenerative process that leads to the symptom (pain).

In our previous blog post, we discussed whiplash and the symptoms associated with the condition. If you have ever gotten whiplash, you have cervical spondylosis. The good news is that with the proper treatment and education, the degenerative process can be stopped and in many cases reversed.

Don't let spondylosis take away your quality of life. If you have had trauma of any kind, chances are that you have a degenerative process that is silently progressing. Don't wait for the symptoms to arrive. Call 253-683-4277 to schedule your FREE CONSULTATION today. You can also request a consultation from the website. Remember, degenerative change is silent UNTIL IT IS NOT! Don't wait, call today!

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