STUDY REGARDING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY IN TREATING CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS
The aim of this paper is to particularize certain methods and techniques in order to diminish the symptoms in patients diagnosed with cervical spondylosis. The group of subjects consisted of eight patients, the study being conducted over a period of 8 months. The assessment methods were complex, consisting in tests for the assessment of pain and mobility, because knowing this data conducted the study toward adapting the physical therapy intervention according to the subjects' particularities, from multiple points of view. At the end of the study, the data was presented and interpreted, with a global analysis of the group of subjects. The dissemination of the results highlights that the individualization of the treatment can lead to an improvement of the symptoms, and the conclusions of the study confirm the hypothesis, proving that a well-structured physical therapy program can reduce the improvement time for the symptoms of cervical spondylosis.