Hi and welcome to HCM
The MRI report you have given above goes with Cervical Spondylosis
There are features of Disc bulge with narrowing of neural foramina from C4-C7 levels.
Usually, the spinal cord and nerve roots are protected within the spinal canal. The spinal canal is guarded by the vertebrae which separated from one another by a cushion like intervertebral discs. With age, degenerative changes occur which leads to disc prolapse
and spinal cord/nerve root compression
These degenerative changes are not completely reversible but the further progression of these changes can be retarded with medical treatment and regular physiotherapy
Usually the treatment goes in following lines: rest, lifestyle modifications (namely- avoiding pillow while sleeping, following a healthy diet plan
, maintaining suitable posture while working on computer/driving, avoiding any activity that strikes neck discomfort), medications (that your physician prescribes) and most important physiotherapy ( in form of neck exercises, cervical traction if required along with local ultrasonics). If symptoms persist even after this, surgery might required.
I do hope that you have found something helpful and informative and I will be glad to answer any further query.