Bad posture is formed in childhood
Bad posture is formed in childhood and long-term non-uniform load distribution on the spinal motion segment leads to the fact that this segment of the links wear out quickly. The second factor is lack of exercise (sedentary lifestyle). Due to the fact that we move a little, the structure of spinal motion segment eat enough. The cartilaginous surface of the joints are not supplied with blood (nutrition are dependent on the production of synovial fluid). Even harder intervertebral disc: its power is supplied solely by diffusion from the adjacent vertebral bodies as the power of bone deteriorates progressive and degenerative disc disease.
This usually occurs after 40 years. Because of the lack of movement in the intervertebral disc update liquid occurs more slowly. And hence, the delivery of nutrients and hormones, somatomedin particular, is difficult. Dehydration of the disc begins: it dries up, slow down the processes of regeneration. Gradually, this leads to the fact that the distance decreases between the vertebrae and load increases both intervertebral joint. In some cases, the pain occurs earlier, as a dehydrated disc under load or injury overstretched and can burst.
This means that the protrusion or herniation will compress the nerve root, and provoke pain. Conservative treatment of degenerative disc disease is ineffective, as are aimed mainly at reducing pain and decreasing muscle tone. The complex consists of three sequences designed for three phases: acute, subacute and recovery.
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