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What is Dorsopathy?

Description of the disease

Dorsopathy is a general term for various spinal disorders characterized by damage or changes in its tissues. These can be degenerative, inflammatory, traumatic, or even neoplastic processes.


  • Dorsopathy of a degenerative nature;
  • Dorsopathy of an inflammatory nature;
  • Dorsopathy of a traumatic nature;
  • Dorsopathy of a neoplastic nature.


Symptoms of dorsopathy may include pain in the back, neck or lower back, restricted movement, numbness or cooling of the limbs, muscle weakness.


The causes of dorsopathy can be injuries, postural disorders, spinal defects, infections, oncological diseases, metabolic disorders.


Diagnostics of dorsopathy includes examination by a doctor, X-ray examination, computer tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, laboratory tests.


Treatment of dorsopathy may include drug therapy, physiotherapy, manual therapy, rehabilitation, and in some cases, surgical intervention.


For the prevention of dorsopathy, it is important to lead a healthy lifestyle, properly distribute physical activity, maintain posture, and avoid traumatic situations.


Dorsopathy is treated by a neurologist or an orthopedic doctor.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.