Cervical Spondylosis - (WK3P)
Cervical Spondylosis : The disease in cervical vertebra is also called cervical vertebra syndrome, which refers to a syndrome caused since the hyperplasia of cervical vertebra stimulates or presses the ganglion, spinal cord, carotid or sympathetic nerve of the neck. It has the following clinical manifestations: a stiff neck, numb limbs, feeling dizzy and disgusted, deaf and ringing in the ears, a blurred sight, a feel of fluster and suffocation, etc. Massage can relieve spasms of the muscle and blood vessels of the affected part, improve blood circulation, enhance the blood supply, promote the recovery of the tissues with pathological changes. At the same time, it is also good for eliminating swelling, easing the pressure on ganglion or other tissues so as to alleviate or even eliminate clinical symptoms. A better effect is expected to receive, since the cupping therapy is applied at the same time.