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Behaviors that May Lead to Neck Arthrosis


Many people may think that neck pain is just an ordinary symptom that can sometimes occur on everyone. But do you know that if you have the following symptoms along with neck pain, it may be a sign of Neck Arthrosis or Cervical Spondylosis?

  • Neck pain and stiffness 
  • Pain in the shoulder and arms
  • Headache that originates from the neck
  • Inability to fully turn and bend the head and neck

Normally, neck arthrosis or cervical spondylosis causes shoulder and neck pain, and it eventually gets worse as the days go by until it affects our daily lives. The major factors of leading to neck arthrosis or cervical spondylosis include:

  • Aging: Neck arthrosis usually occurs in middle-aged and elderly people (aged over 40 years old). It is because of the degeneration of the discs.
  • Previous neck injury: People in certain occupations or people who perform specific activities such as gymnasts. They may put a lot of stress on their necks.
  • Risky behaviors: Poor posture such as when reading books, playing smartphone, or using a computer for hours every day. These behaviors also play a role in the development of neck arthrosis.

If you suspected to have the above mentioned symptoms of neck arthrosis, you should seek medical advice and treatment as soon as possible because if it gets more severe, you may need surgical treatment.  At Vejthani Hospital, we can provide you microscopic surgery or also called microsurgery which is performed under a microscope with the high surgical expertise surgeon.  With a microscope, it allows the surgeon to see the nerves clearly. It is precise and safe, so it could reduce the risks when undergoing the surgery. 

Moreover, there is also another technology that could assist the surgeon during the surgery, it is called Intraoperative Neuromonitoring. With the Intraoperative Neuromonitoring, it allows the surgeon to check nerve function in real-time, so it could reduce the risk of paralysis in the patient who underwent the surgery.For more information about neck pain and/or neck arthrosis,

please contact Spine Center,

Vejthani Hospital or call +66(0)2-734-0390 ext. 5500, 5550.

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