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What is Lumbar Spondyloarthrosis?

Description of the disease

Lumbar spondyloarthrosis is a chronic condition associated with degenerative changes in the lumbar region of the spine. It is characterized by the involvement of intervertebral discs, joints, and ligaments.


  • Primary (simple) spondyloarthrosis
  • Secondary spondyloarthrosis (occurs as a complication of other spinal conditions)


Symptoms of lumbar spondyloarthrosis include pain in the lower back, limited mobility in the lumbar region, and pain during movement.


Lumbar spondyloarthrosis can be caused by various factors, including age-related changes, trauma, postural problems, and metabolic disorders.


Diagnostic methods include X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging, and computed tomography. The doctor also conducts a physical examination and reviews the patient's medical history.


Treatment of lumbar spondyloarthrosis includes physical therapy, medication, rehabilitation, and sometimes surgical intervention may be necessary.


Preventing the disease involves maintaining a healthy lifestyle, proper posture, and moderate physical activity.


Lumbar spondyloarthrosis is treated by a neurologist, orthopedist, or rheumatologist.

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