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Suffering from neck (cervical) problem and taken treatment. No improvement. What to do?

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I am suffering from neck (cervical) problem, i am taking treatment from XXXXXXX XXXXXXX Hospital, Delhi from last 6 months but till now i am not good.
Posted Sat, 31 Aug 2013 in Brain and Spine
Answered by Dr. Piyush Ostwal 21 hours later
Thanks for the query. You have written very briefly about your problem. It appears that you suffer from pain in the neck for long time. The problems like cervical spondylitis are usually seen in older ages. Since you are just 22 years old, there may be other reasons. Apart from medications, the things which can help are physiotherapy, including both exercises and other techniques like heat/cold therapy, wave therapies etc. Also posture at work, studies and during sleep are important considerations when dealing with neck pain. Specialists in neurology and orthopedics deal with the symptoms that you have.
Hope that answers your query. If there are more queries, i will be happy to answer.
Good luck.
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Follow-up: Suffering from neck (cervical) problem and taken treatment. No improvement. What to do? 4 days later

Please find attached some papers which is treated by XXXXXXX XXXXXXX hospital, please review again & suggest what i have to do in this regard.

Thanking you,


Answered by Dr. Piyush Ostwal 3 days later
The report from XXXXXXX XXXXXXX suggests degenerative changes in cervical spine. You can once consult a neurosurgeon who will probably ask for a MRI scan of the cervical spine. You may also be benefited by using soft neck collar for few days. Once again I would say that physiotherapy has an important role.
Good luck.
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