Biomechanical Mechanism of Exercise Under Microscope in the Treatment of Cervical Spondylosis

  • Yang Chen
Keywords: Exercise Therapy, Cervical Spondylosis, Biomechanical Mechanism, JOA Score

Abstract

There are many methods to treat cervical spondylosis in clinic, but the effect of exercise therapy is obvious, and
biomechanics plays a very important role in clinical research. Objective: This paper focuses on the specific
application of biomechanical mechanism in the treatment of cervical spondylosis under the microscope, and
analyzes the measurement of manipulation mechanics, the operation mode of movement and the influence of
manipulation on cervical tissue, so as to provide more guidance for biomechanics. Methods: in this study, under
the microscope, 29 patients with cervical spondylosis were treated with the biological mechanism of cervical
spondylosis, such as the treatment of cervical spondylosis with exercise, the method of rotating and pulling, and
the mechanism of traction. At the same time, the pressure sensor was used to study the force, time, torque and
force time curve through the pressure test system. According to the test results, quantitative mechanical
parameters were provided for manual application, and JOA scores of patients before and after operation were
developed and recorded. Results: in the final clinical study, the improvement of 29 patients with cervical
spondylosis was excellent in 17 cases, good in 9 cases, and common in 3 cases, with an excellent and good rate
of 92.3%. There was no significant difference in JOA score before and after operation in the treatment group (P >
0.05).

Published
2020-06-01