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Pain in upper back, survical. Which test she should go for?

Hi doctor, since three months my mother is having pain into her upper back whole hands doctor has said thats its survical she is going for acccue pressure these days but pain sometimes become unbearable can u advice me which test she should go for as i guess in survical it is said that certain nerves in ur body supress because of that blood circulation stops n u r in pain than correct me if iam wrong and plz advice.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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It can cause pain due to compression of nerves coming from the spinal cord.

It is best diagnosed by MRI of Cervical spine.

Till then,give her Skeletal Muscle relaxant and B complex with antioxidants.

If you come back with MRI report ,i will clarify further.

Wish her good health and speedy recovery


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