As the weather gets colder, many people experience neck discomfort. When you feel that your neck is uncomfortable, some people think that you can ask a masseur to push it and massage it. As everyone knows, blindly doing neck massage can substantially increase the risk of accidental injuries, which can cause serious consequences such as paralysis.
According to media reports, the 71-year-old Pharaoh was deeply troubled by cervical spondylosis, and his family was worried that the old man would be difficult to undergo surgery, so he took him to a massage massage shop near his home for treatment. Unexpectedly, after pressing the button, Pharaoh s neck became sore that it was difficult to twist, and his left shoulder was too painful to lift. At the hospital, the doctor diagnosed that Pharaoh was suffering from old dislocation of the left shoulder joint with left glenoid injury and left humerus head injury due to improper massage and massage, which caused a ten-level disability.
In daily life, many patients with cervical spondylosis think that massage can relieve cervical discomfort, but in general, massage shops play a major health role. For example, if you are tired of shopping and can t walk, you can go for a massage and relax, but the massage area can only be limited to the extremities.
The cervical and lumbar vertebrae are rich in blood vessels and nerves. Ordinary masseurs are not familiar with the anatomy and can cause damage to soft tissues, blood vessels and nerves. Therefore, if the cervical or lumbar spine is uncomfortable, or your hand hurts. Limbs numbness, severe pillow fall, etc., it is best to go to the hospital immediately.
The heads of heads and office workers who often face computers often have their necks fixed in one position, so the desk must be commensurate with the height of the chair. During long work hours, do short neck forward flexion, back extension, left-right rotation, and loop movements. To improve cervical muscle fatigue and restore optimal stress.
Normal people should have a pillow height of about 12 cm in the supine position. The height of the sideways and shoulders should be the same, and the height of the pillow varies from person to person. Patients with cervical spondylosis are roughly the same as normal people. Those with obvious hyperplasia at the posterior edge of the vertebral body may have higher pillows; those with hypertrophy and calcification of the yellow ligament should be lower.