Degeneration of the Shoulders and Hips

Deterioration of bones and joints does not appear suddenly in latter part of life. It starts, unidentified, in the third decade of life. It is promoted by the lack of training and movement, monotonous and repeated heavy labor, trauma and long term psychological problems.

At the age of 50 in 80% of males and 60% of females, x-rays reveal deterioration of spine, shoulder and hip. The joints of shoulder and hip are functionally connected to the spine. Back pain of cervical and lumbar spine can be caused by damage to these joints and feign spinal damage.

In medical terminology deterioration of the joints is called arthrosis. It is not reversible. Gentle treatment methods can alleviate pain and minimize the aggravation. Directed intensive therapy are successful, a small amount of therapy virtually has no results.