Spondin – The Most Effective Natural Remedy for Neck & Shoulder Pain

SpondylitisCervical spondylitis and cervical spondylosis are both disorders that affect the region surrounding the neck and shoulder. It develops as a result of wear and tear of the cartilage and bones of the cervical spine (area around the neck), which might extend to the shoulders and arms.

In case of cervical spondylitis, patients experience inflammation and stiffness in their vertebral joints, leading to neck pain. In extreme cases, patients may find it difficult to move their neck and shoulders at all. Cervical spondylosis, on the other hand, sees degeneration of the spine that leads to fusion on the vertebral column at the neck area. Patients experience abnormal wear and tear of the cartilage and spine bones. Its symptoms include severe pain in the neck, shoulder, arm, back (in some cases), muscle weakness, stiffness, cracking sound on moving the neck or shoulder, gait dysfunction, loss of balance, and loss of bowel and/or bladder control, in chronic conditions. Read more

Spondin Receives Some More Love from Doctors

Dr. Ashish Chakravorty's testimonial

Just recently we shared Dr. Shashank Singh’s feedback on his experience when prescribing Spondin to a patient. And now, we have yet another success story for you.

Taking out some time for us from his busy schedule, Dr. Ashish Chakravorty, a specialist in Spine and Joint Disease, has declared how happy he is with Spondin in a letter to us.  Read more

Spondylitis & Its Types

Cervical spondylitisPronounced as spon-d-lie-tiss, this disease is a form of inflammatory arthritis that majorly affects the spine and hips. It is derived from the Greek word spondylos, meaning ‘vertebra’, and itis, meaning ‘inflammation’. In other words, Spondylitis is the chronic degeneration of the vertebral joints.

Spondylitis usually appears in people above the age of 40 and progresses in intensity with age. It’s usually quite difficult to diagnose this condition. Owing to the generic nature of the symptoms – neck pain, lower backache and stiffness – most people dismiss it casually or pop a pill to handle the pain. This is usually a big mistake.  Read more