In the past, most middle-aged and elderly easily suffer from cervical spondylosis, but with the popularization of electronic products and the aggravation of education, in recent years, the trend of cervical spondylosis at a younger age has become more and more obvious.
What is cervical spondylosis？
Cervical spondylosis refers to the degeneration of cervical intervertebral disc,which leads to the degeneration of intervertebral joints and ligaments.
What are the common types of cervical spondylosis?
- Cervical spondylosis
- Cervical radiculopathy
- Cervical myelopathy
- Vertebral artery type cervical spondylosis
- Sympathetic cervical spondylosis
- Mixed cervical spondylosis
How to prevent it?
Adjust your daily posture: Avoid working with your head down for a long time, and relax with appropriate activities for 1 hour.
Avoid bad habits: Avoid looking down at your mobile phone for a long time, and avoid lying on the sofa or bed to watch TV, read books, and look at your mobile phone.
Choose the right pillow: keep your neck physiologically curved when lying flat, and keep your spine in a straight line when lying on your side.
Appropriate exercise: badminton, swimming, yoga, plank support, etc.
How to therapy it?
When patients have symptoms of cervical spondylosis, they can take different rehabilitation measures according to the symptoms.
RT900 Magnetic Vibration Thermal Therapy Device adopts computer synthesis technology and combines three physical factors of the magnetic field, vibration, and heat into one. It can relax muscles, improve blood circulation, improve vascular permeability, promote the discharge of inflammatory products for soft tissue damage diseases, play a role in reducing swelling, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and muscle fatigue.
In addition, you can also choose our ELITEMED rehabilitation equipment family of R700 Interference Electrotherapy Device, RT300 Intermediate Frequency Comprehensive Therapy Device, and RT200 Electrothermal Magnetic Comprehensive Treatment Device, these devices also with excellent effects on cervical spondylosis therapy.