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What Is Anterolistesis?

Have you noticed a curvature of your spine? Do your hamstring muscles feel tight? Does your back often experience tenderness or feel stiff? These are symptoms of a condition know as anterolistesis.

Anterolisthesis is a type of spondylolisthesis. It involves the abnormal forward slippage of the vertebra. The lower back is frequently affected, but the neck, arms, and legs may also be affected. Anti-inflammatory medications, bed rest, and strengthening and exercise regimens are all recommended by doctors to assist relieve discomfort, however, there’s another option: physical therapy.

If you’re living with this condition, know that Shanti Physical Therapy in East Windsor and Edison, NJ has solutions to ease your pain and discomfort. Request an appointment with us today to learn more about how physical therapy can help with anterolistesis.

Causes Of Anterolistesis

Anterolisthesis could be caused by underlying problems such weak bones, arthritis, or malignancies. The vertebra can be forced out of its natural position by a malignancy.

Trauma from a sudden blunt force or fractures, such as from an accident or a fall, can cause anterolisthesis. Strenuous physical activity, such as bodybuilding, can also cause the illness to worsen over time. The spine can also shift forward due to a bone defect at birth.

Your doctor or physical therapist at Shanti Physical Therapy can determine what the real cause of your condition may be by pinpointing the source of your pain and examining the symptoms you’re experiencing.

Symptoms Of Anterolistesis

The severity of anterolisthesis symptoms is determined by the amount of slippage and the location of the slippage in the spine. Because the illness does not usually generate symptoms, many people may be unaware that they have it.

Anterolisthesis can cause significant localized discomfort that never really seems to go away.

This condition can also cause a variety of other health issues as well. Inactivity and weight gain might result from mobility limitations caused by discomfort. It can also lead to a loss of muscle strength and bone density. Flexibility in other parts of the body may also be affected.

Physical Therapy At Shanti Physical Therapy Can Help With Anterolistesis

Although anterolisthesis can be excruciating to deal with, the good news is that physical therapy is a helpful solution that you can take advantage of!

The muscles surrounding the lumbar spine are the focus of rehabilitation for lumbar spondylolisthesis. This treatment gives stability and has the potential to successfully minimize and avoid pain and instability.

Although anterolisthesis can be excruciating to deal with, the good news is that physical therapy is a helpful solution that you can take advantage of!

The muscles surrounding the lumbar spine are the focus of rehabilitation for lumbar spondylolisthesis. This treatment gives stability and has the potential to successfully minimize and avoid pain and instability.

Request An Appointment Today!

There is no need to live in pain and discomfort when physical therapy is right here in East Windsor and Edison, NJ, offering you a safe and natural solution to your problem.

Physical therapy at Shanti Physical Therapy has helped hundreds of patients with anterolistesis, and you could be the next! Call us today to schedule your first appointment, and find out how our physical therapists can help you return to a pain-free, happy lifestyle.

Your Next Steps…

  1. Request An Appointment
  2. Receive A Custom Treatment Plan
  3. Work Hard and Progress In Your Recovery
  4. Recover & Enjoy Life Pain-Free!

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