When I was in my late teens, I was in a very serious car accident in a TR 4 Triumph, which is the model prior to the roll-up windows that has a cut-down door. The top was down and I remember the front wheels catching on gravel in a turn so that the car flipped end for end, flying upside down.
Facet syndrome, also known as facet joint disease or osteoarthritis, is an arthritis-like condition of the spine. It is caused by degenerative changes to the joints between the bones of the spine. Millions of Americans suffer from facet syndrome and they may not even know it. Unfortunately, once symptoms become noticeable, a considerable amount of the cartilage inside the facet joint may have already been worn down. Thankfully, there is hope to help relieve the pain caused by facet syndrome without the need for surgery. Understanding the causes, methods for prevention, and exploring study-backed natural treatment therapies can give you a head start to nipping the symptoms of facet syndrome in the bud.