Treatment radicular syndrome in Marianske Lazne
Radicular syndrome or radiculopathy - a complex of symptoms that occur when compression of the spinal roots in the root canal or outside. The primary cause of radiculopathy is usually a variety of spinal diseases (osteochondrosis, spondylosis, protrusion, spinal hernia, spondylarthrosis, etc.). Symptoms of radicular syndrome can occur in any part of the spine, but the most common symptoms are: dorsalgia, paresthesia, “goosebumps”, numbness of the fingers of the upper and lower extremities, tingling, pinching of the sciatic nerve, restriction of movements, trophic changes. The treatment of radiculopathy is based on the treatment of diseases of the spine that caused root compression.