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What is Radiculitis?

Description of the disease

Radiculitis is inflammation of the roots of the spinal nerve, which leads to pain along the nerves, loss of sensitivity, and tingling sensation.


  • Cervical radiculopathy
  • Thoracic radiculopathy
  • Lumbar radiculopathy


Pain in the back, neck, or lower back, weakening of muscles, numbness or tingling along the nerves, limited mobility.


The development of radiculitis can be caused by herniated intervertebral disc, injury, overloading, infection, or age-related changes in the spine.


To make a diagnosis, the doctor performs an examination, X-ray or MRI of the spine.


Treatment of radiculitis may include physiotherapy, massage, therapeutic exercises, taking anti-inflammatory drugs, injections, or surgical intervention in severe cases.


Prevention of radiculitis includes maintaining proper body posture when lifting weights, moderate physical activity, weight control, and avoiding overcooling.


For the diagnosis and treatment of radiculitis, it is recommended to consult a neurologist or orthopedist.

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