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Question by  deb92302 (18)

What is right uncovertebral hypertrophy?


Answer by  kevincai96 (669)

Right uncovertebral hypertrophy is a type of a spinal disorder. Similar to sclerosis, it involves the narrowing of parts of the spine. This can cause interference with the spinal cord, resulting in pain. You should see a chiropractor immediately if you have it.


Answer by  GVlad (104)

Uncovertebral Hypetrophy is a condition that appears when vertebral discus degeneration is present. It is visible on a simple X-Ray radiography and can aid in diagnosing the degeneration of the vertebral discus.


Answer by  Brida (102)

When the vertebral discus of the right spine section degenerates, one suffers from right unconvertebral hypertrophy that causes great pain. In this case, please consult a chiropractor for prompt treatment.


Answer by  lovelife (998)

It basically means that there is a thickening of the muscle fibers surrounding the vertebra. This could mean degeneration and arthritis is forming.


Answer by  Bobinski (1652)

This is a spinal disorder. A narrowing of parts of the spine. This disorder can actually cause interference with the spinal cord and cause pain. Disorder is similar to sclerosis.


Answer by  Anonymous

you can get the same results wit proper stretching and yoga as you can with chiropractic quackery

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