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What treatment should be taken for neck pain ?

i m 32 year old female, height 5 2 and weight 66kg,i m having neck pain and sensation in hand. it started 4-5 years back but not it has increased. i have more problem bending or turning the neck. it is more severe on the right side and less on left side. it is not detected in x-ray. it has also stretched to middle of my back. hot fermentation gives slight relief. the pain is continous.i have problem while writing also. what should i do?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jul 2011
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Avoid bad posture at work. Avoid excessive usage of computer. You need X-ray to prove Spondylosis, it not then could be nerve compression by other causes. Physiotherapy is best for relief. Also pain killer muscle relaxant will work. You can get traction done by Physiotherapist which will offer relief. Apply warm compress which will help. Consult Orthopaedician for treatment options.
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