Facet joint syndrome is chronic swelling or inflammation of parts of the spine caused by injury, arthritis or osteoporosis. Exercises and physical therapy may help relieve pain, increase flexibility and range of motion, and decrease flare-ups that limit your mobility and interfere with your quality of life. Talk to your doctor about therapies and exercises to help relieve symptoms of facet joint syndrome.
Facet joints are parts of the spinal vertebrae, found between and behind the vertebrae. Facet joint syndrome or conditions such as facet joint arthritis may cause friction of the facet joints caused by a wearing down of bone tissue or vertebrae discs found between the joints, causing compression of the spine and facet joint ends.
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