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Fracture

It represents a complete or incomplete break in the continuity of the bone, caused by forces beyond the resistance of

Spondylosis

Degenerative joint disease, most common in the lumbar and cervical part. Chronic pain is amplified during a lower temperature and

Scoliosis

Curving of the spine in the shape of the letter “S” or “C. It starts with a bad posture and

Osteoporosis

This is a pathological condition in which the normal balance of bone resorption and renewal is disturbed. It is characterized

Discus Hernia

Occurs due to the degenerative changes in the vertebrae, spondylosis and spondylarthrosis. The damage usually occurs when lifting with a bent spine, during rotational movements of the spine, and in the long run – due to a poor posture, muscle weakness and imbalance.

At the core of discus – the nucleus pulposus, biomechanical changes occur as well as on the collagen membrane – the ring – the annulus fibrosus. It results in splits on the membrane in which the injected or poured nucleus puts pressure on the surrounding tissue. That is called prolaps nucleus – disc herniation.

It is accompanied by pain, muscle spasm, radicular (root nerve) pain that spread down your leg/arm. Later resulting in the narrowing of the vertical space and slipping vertebrae.

Includes vertebrae L4 – L5, L5 – S1 or neck area C5 – C6, C6 – C7.

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Fracture

It represents a complete or incomplete break in the continuity of the

Spondylosis

Degenerative joint disease, most common in the lumbar and cervical part. Chronic

Scoliosis

Curving of the spine in the shape of the letter “S” or

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