The word “cervical spondylosis” refers to age-related damage to your neck’s spinal disks. Bony protrusion around the margins of bones are among the osteoarthritis symptoms that appear as the disks dry out and shrink (bone spurs).

The prevalence of cervical spondylosis increases with age. Cervical spondylosis affects more than 85% of adults over 60.

Cervical spondylosis typically has no symptoms. When symptoms do appear, nonsurgical therapies are frequently successful.



The bones that make up the neck and back gradually lose strength as people age. Changes like these might be:

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