Cases of Anterolisthesis


Several cases of anterolisthesis 

Before one can actually think of several cases of anterolisthesis, it may be prudent of them to actually define it and have the basic symptoms on their finger tips. It is a condition characterized by the dislocation of one vertebrae thus resulting into some kind of imbalance whereby the main vertebrae slips forward relative to the one below. The condition also has a characteristic of being painful and equally stressful to the sufferer. The causing aspect of such conditions is actually bone fractures along the spine. This may be painful and indeed very scary however there are certain treatment procedures for such disorder.  The treatment procedures greatly involve a lot of therapy sessions whereby the patient can be guided through by a specialized physiotherapist.

Anterolisthesis may be caused by constant pressures over the backbone as is quite common by various manual works. If constant pressure is continuously applied on the affected area the condition will absolutely worsen and even cause debilitative damages to one’s backbone. Moreover, the condition can still worsen even without proper control and management; that is, if caution is not taken into account.

It is quite also common for one to be actually diagnosed with anterolisthesis as a result of poor posture. Although the condition is not that common in the younger generation, it may find its way through activities associated with high impacts over the backbone area of the body. Such example of activities may include; accidents, falling from a building, being hit by a heavy club or even injuries sustained from a gun shot. As mentioned earlier, anterolisthesis can actually result out of one’s poor sitting and walking posture; this is especially common in those individuals with very weak and highly delicate backbones.

Anterolisthesis: how can it be regulated?

The term anterolisthesis actually means the forward slip of vertebrae but it’s only one part of the condition spondylolistheis. The other part of this condition is retrolisthesis, which is the direct opposite of anterolisthesis. Both conditions are severely painful and involve one of the most piercing and acute sting one may not want to experience. However, the … Read More

Anterolisthesis: treatment procedures and effects

Treatment Procedures If one is diagnosed with anterolisthesis, it can be quite heart rending however, the possibility of being treated is one which keeps their hope to soar. The treatment procedures involved entail over a thousand sessions of therapies and if the condition is that severe, it may involve various constructive surgeries on the affected … Read More