Lumbar spondylosis treatment in Hebbal, Bangalore

Lumbar spondylosis

Lumbar spondylosis treatment in Hebbal, Bangalore

Due to normal wear and tear on the body, the cartilage (discs), joints, and lower back bones slowly deteriorate over time, even in the case of healthy people. The condition is known as lumbar spondylosis. The condition is also called lower back arthritis and causes chronic pain in the lower back that worsens as one age and increases as one move. Cervical spondylosis occurs when this condition occurs in the neck.


Disks in the spine gradually deteriorate, lose fluid, and stiffen as they age. Once again, this is a natural part of ageing. Some side effects associated with these changes can cause back pain and stiffness. A few of these conditions include bone spurs, which can cause lower back pain, ligament stiffening, which can affect mobility and cause back pain, herniated or bulging discs, which may put pressure on nerves and the spinal cord, and dehydrated discs, which cause bone-on-bone contact, which causes lower back pain.


Back pain and stiffness are common symptoms of lumbar spondylosis. The condition may also lead to,

  • Having muscle spasms in your lower back

  • When you sit or stand up, you may feel grinding or popping sensations

  • Having numbness in the feet, toes, and lower back

  • Having pain in the buttocks

  • Leg pain due to sciatica.

  • Urinary bladder or bowel control loss is a rare complication of lumbar spondylosis. 

Seek immediate medical attention which will give lumbar spondylosis treatment in Hebbal, Bangalore if you experience any of those symptoms.

Treatment Options

The good news is that lumbar spondylosis can often be treated without surgery. Medications that relieve pain, relax muscles, reduce inflammation, and inject steroids are available as medical treatments. In addition to physical therapy, hot- and cold therapy can help alleviate pain. Using low-impact exercise (such as walking) and losing weight as part of an overall lifestyle change may also help reduce lower back strain.

Remember that lumbar spondylosis is manageable to some extent and that the methods of treatment mentioned above are only practical to a certain point in alleviating pain, based on the severity of the condition.

You may be offered surgical options if noninvasive treatments fail to relieve back pain. Book an appointment at Manipal Hospitals now.

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