Degenerative joint disease, most common in the lumbar and cervical part. Chronic pain is amplified during a lower temperature and increased humidity. The pain is spread following the dermatome, imitating the boundaries of the internal organ pain.
The ailment begins with degenerative changes in the intervertebral discus. Nucleus pulposus and annulus fibrosus lose water, and the pressure is unevenly spread, spraying fiber fibrous annulus fibrosus and can lead to discus hernia.
Osteoporosis affects the stability, spinal deformity and osteophytes (pointy bits).
The main symptoms are local muscle tension (spasm), neck pain or lumbar, dizziness, pain along the arms or legs.