Common symptoms of cervical spondylosis
The symptoms of cervical spondylosis are intricate. The main symptoms are neck and shoulder pain, radiation to the headrest and upper limbs, a few have dizziness, fall, or suffer from headaches, fever, sweating, and severe lower limb movements, or even paraplegia.
Specifically, patients may have stiff necks, stiffness, pain, complications, heavy shoulder joints, stiff muscles, weakness of upper limbs, numbness of fingers, decreased skin sensation in the limbs, and sometimes unconsciously falling down while trying to hold the object.; Some patients have stiff lower limbs that do not seem to listen to the command, or the lower limbs are soft, like walking on cotton; other patients may even have headaches, dizziness, vision loss, tinnitus, nausea and other abnormal sensations; a few patients have uncontrollable stools,Dysfunction, even quadriplegia.
Of course, not all the performance will be shown in every patient with cervical spondylosis, often only some symptoms, and most patients have mild symptoms and a long course of disease, so there is no need to smell cervical spondylosis and change color, let alone sit in the right seat.
Because of the complexity and diversity of cervical spondylosis symptoms, as well as the blurred understanding, the disease is often replaced with neurological, ENT, or medical diseases, which delays diagnosis and treatment.
It is gratifying to expand that through the deepening of research, the diagnostic level has been continuously improved, and the treatment method has also made gratifying progress, especially the surgical treatment has been continuously improved and improved.