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Lumbar Spondylosis Overview:
Lumbar spondylosis is a degenerative condition affecting the lumbar spine, characterized by wear and tear on the spinal discs and joints.
Causes of Lumbar Spondylosis:
Natural degeneration of spinal discs and joints over time.
Family history may contribute to the development of spondylosis.
Activities or occupations involving repetitive spinal movements.
Signs and Symptoms:
Low Back Pain:
Common, often worsened with movement.
Reduced flexibility in the lumbar spine.
Pain may radiate into the buttocks or thighs.
Numbness and Tingling:
Due to nerve compression.
Diagnosis and Evaluation:
Assessment of symptoms, physical function, and neurological signs.
X-rays, MRI, or CT scans to visualize the extent of degeneration and assess spinal stability.
Physical therapy and exercises to improve core strength and flexibility.
Medications for pain management.
Lifestyle modifications, including ergonomic adjustments.
Epidural steroid injections for pain relief.
Facet joint injections to alleviate inflammation.
Physical therapy for targeted rehabilitation.
Reserved for severe cases or when conservative measures are ineffective.
Procedures may include spinal fusion or laminectomy.
NYPMD Specialists for Lumbar Spondylosis:
Specialized evaluation by NYPMD neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons outside New York.
Expertise in managing lumbar spondylosis through various treatment modalities.
Collaborative approach with physical therapists and other specialists for comprehensive patient care.
What You Can Expect at NYPMD for Lumbar Spondylosis:
Thorough assessment to determine the extent of spondylosis and associated symptoms.
Personalized treatment plans based on diagnostic findings and individual needs.
Conservative or interventional interventions for effective pain relief and management.
Comprehensive care and support for improved lumbar function and overall well-being.