What is a Cervical spondylosis ?

Cervical spondylosis is most common. More than 80% of people over the age of 60 are affected. This can cause your legs or hands to feel weak or clumsy.

The spinal disks in your neck may slowly wear down is known as degeneration. It causes neck muscles to contract in spasms. RSI can occur when you do repetitive movements. Those movements can cause your muscles and tendons to become damaged over time.

Axial Neck Pain

  • Commonly complain of stiffness and pain in the cervical spine that is most severe in the position and relieved with bed rest when removing the load from the neck
  • stressing the same muscles through repetition
  • maintaining the same posture for long periods of time
  • lifting heavy objects

The most common cervical spondylosis symptoms

The treatment strategy for cervical spondylosis depends on the severity of a patient’s signs and symptoms.
  • After standing or sitting
  • At night
  • When you sneeze, cough, or laugh
  • Headaches
  • standing
  • sitting


The treatment approach should be in a stepwise fashion. Patients experiencing axial neck pain without neurologic symptoms will typically have a resolution of symptoms within days to weeks, without any intervention.
  • Stay physically active.
  • Use good posture.
  • Avoid trauma to your neck