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Spondylitis Treatment For Spinal Health: Options And Approaches

Spondylitis is the medical, vertebrae-related word, used to describe any kind of inflammation of the vertebrae, which may appear in different ways. Arthritis is characterized by one of its types: ankylosing spondylitis, an invasive inflammatory arthritis of the spine, is the most experienced. 

Here are some common manifestations of ankylosing spondylitis:

Back Pain: 

Regular, increasing, and sometimes cyclical back and buttock pain are the key features of these conditions. The pain is localized in the mornings and after immobility, but it eases once the affected area is used.


Morning stiffness is a common phenomenon in most people with ankylosing spondylitis. They may also get severe stiffness after certain hours of sitting down or resting. 


Persistent inflammation and pain may bring about a lack of energy or a feeling of exhaustion. This exhaustion can be quite aplenty as a measure of physical activity.

Restricted Mobility: 

With the disease becoming more severe, the curves of the spine tend to become irreversible, and the spine may become increasingly stiff. It could go as far as an inability to squat or change position on your own and even more extreme situations as head and foot cannot be at the opposite ends.

Posture Changes: 

The effect of ankylosing spondylitis is the alteration of the posture; then, the phenomenon of rigidity and stooped spine begins to occur. This effectively shortens posterior muscle origin and lengthens the insertion, thereby leading to a forward-bending posture.


Enthesitis is the inflammation occurring at the tendons and the ligaments connecting bone sites. In ankylosing spondylitis, there are often occurrences of diseases known as enthesitis, especially at the locations of the spine and pelvis where ligaments are attached.

Eye Inflammation (Uveitis): 

The eye problem through which the person may experience uveitis is another of the complications. It is possible to develop redness, pain, photophobia, and vision impairment as a result.

A peculiarity characteristically exhibited by ankylosing spondylitis is that there are immense differences in the presentation of this disease from one person to another so that they do not experience all manifestations at a go in every individual. People who believe they have any symptoms that may indicate a spondylitis problem should undergo a complete evaluation and diagnosis by Dr. Rajesh Malhotra.

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