Here's what you need to know about Spinal Pathophysiology
Neglected spinal joints can eventually fuse together and cause immobility or bone spurs.
The results of spinal dysfunction can include loss of curve in the spine and disc space narrowing. Twisting and turning involving your back starts to become limited. Bones in the back start to become rough, and surrounding soft tissues can be irritated, resulting in acute pain. Your normal training and daily routine is disrupted.
If this type of injury is ignored, eventually the spine stiffens to the point that the immobility is irreversible and results in complete loss of motion and function.
Spinal maintenance is imperative for active adults. Thorough and periodic assessments can ensure that your back remains supple and healthy for your sports, your family and your personal comfort.