Spinal stenosis is a condition in which the spine is twisted, resulting in imbalance in the neutral position. The shape of the back bone can be divided into two. Major diseases include spinal stenosis and spinal stenosis resulting from everyday life or accident causes the appearance of the spine to change.

The result of spinal stenosis …

Spinal stenosis affects people in more direct ways than you think. A person’s confidence is one of the first noticeable effects and in addition, spinal stenosis also results in back pain and other body disorders due to body imbalances.

How can I tell if I have spondylosis?

The spine is undergoes an x-ray examination, and the results are then analyzed by the physiotherapist. There are four degrees of severity in the spine.
0-15 degree: normal
15-30 degree: The spine is slightly crooked. Does not affect daily life. But it can affect the appearance of the person.
35 degree: upward, the spine is very crooked. It affects everyday life and some people may have problems breathing.

What are the risk factors for spina bifida …

As mentioned above, spinal stenosis can be caused by just going about everyday life – and not many people may realize this, but simple actions such as sitting cross-legged or sitting in a way that puts the spine in an awkward position for prolonged periods can have adverse effects. Having slightly imbalanced leg reliance (preferring one leg for more activities, such as leaning) can also lead to this.

Can this condition be fixed?

If there is a functional scoliosis in the early stages, the bone can be returned to normal by constantly observing and alerting yourself to the manner in which the correct postures are performed and exercising for such. However, if there is severe spinal stenosis, which may affect the respiratory system, the physiotherapist may consider surgery and use of metal braces to hold and restrict the spine from becoming more crooked.

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