Any condition that interrupts the regular flow of neural impulses through the body's spinal cord, such as trauma, inflammatory disorders, autoimmune disorders and viral processes, can cause cervical myelopathy, according... More »

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Risk factors for cervical myelopathy include certain autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, conditions such as vascular disease or degenerative disease, a history of bone or back problems, having a job or pla... More »

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Treatment for spondylosis with myelopathy starts with the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications or steroids to reduce pain and inflammation, physical therapy and temporary immobilization of the affected area,... More »

Risk factors for cervical myelopathy include certain autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, conditions such as vascular disease or degenerative disease, a history of bone or back problems, having a job or pla... More »

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Where an individual seeks treatment for cervical myelopathy depends on the severity of the condition and the treatment needed. Nonsurgical treatments may be obtained from a primary physician, while surgical treatment is ... More »

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Spondylosis with myelopathy is degeneration of the discs and facet joints of the spine resulting in dysfunction and impairment of the spinal cord, according to Spine-health.com. When it affects the cervical region of the... More »

Slipped discs are generally wear-and-tear injuries caused by normal aging, although injuries, trauma or working in a physically demanding job that necessitates a lot of lifting puts individuals at heightened risk for the... More »

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