Marginal Osteophytes
My father is 52 year old and suffering from marginal osteophytes at multiple levels reduced intervertebral disc space L5/S1.What should be his diet?What kind of lifestyle he should follow?Taking calcium can harm since it is a problem of bone spur. .so?Thanks!
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Marginal osteophytes and reduced disc space are signs of degeneration with age. There is no specific diet for this. Regular physiotherapy will help slow down the process of degeneration. Also calcium can be taken if deficiency is there. Rest consult an orthopaedic surgeon for clinical examination to rule out any other cause before starting physiotherapy.
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