Lumbar Bone Hyperplasia TCM Therapy

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Definition of lumbar bone hyperplasia in TCM

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definition of lumbar bone hyperplasia in tcmBone hyperplasia is a disease caused by the pathological hyperplasia of bones, which will result in the moving obstacles of local joint, muscle and ligament, usually pain is its main symptom. This pathological hyperplasia can happen on cervical vertebra, lumbar vertebra, joint, calcaneus and so on, including hypertrophic spondylitis, hypertrophic osteoarthropathy, calcaneus spur and so on. It commonly occurs among the middle-aged and old people over 40 years old and the people who need to work by bearing load, standing or sitting for long. Continue to read Chinese medicine Treatment for Lumbar Herniated Disc.

The symptoms usually happen on the joint and cervical vertebra which has wide motion area. This disease belongs to rheumatism involving bone in TCM. There was rheumatism involving bone in the book of "Huangdi Neijing" (Yellow Emperor's Canon of Medicine), and the book also points out that its main clinical symptoms are to feel heavy in bone and hard to move, and sore pain in marrow, the pathological factors are deficiency of kidney and invasion of cold. After that, there is related record of pathological factors of bone hyperplasia in the medical book of "Zhong Cang Jing", "JingYue Quanshu" and "Yibian".

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