Cervical Spondylosis Therapy
Cervical spondylosis is a chronic and recurrent disease of middle-aged and elderly people. It is manifested in the process of physiological degenerative changes. Due to certain trauma and strain factors, a series of anatomical and pathological changes in the cervical spine gradually occur. As a result, soft tissues and cervical spinal cord are stimulated or compressed, and symptoms such as pain or numbness in the neck, shoulder and arm, upper back of the scapula, upper chest wall and upper limbs appear eventually.
Cervical Spine Scraping help to unblock tendons. More people are now suffering from cervical spondylosis, frozen shoulder, low back pain, because these muscles are often in a state of tension and contraction. Scraping can relax the tendons and dredge the collaterals to eliminate the painful tension; relieve muscle tension and significantly reduce pain.