Your problem is spondyloarthritis cervicalis...
Hi, thank you for posting.
Your problem is caused by spondyloarthritis cervicalis followed from radicular syndrome
. Neck spondylarthritis
affect neck vertebrae.
This is inflammatory spinous process
of vertebrae, that causes swelling of neck.
Depending on the level of damage the patient has symptoms that determine the number of damaged vertebrae.
When vertebrae C2, C3 and C4 is damaged the patient has occipital headache
, blurring of vision, nausea, etc.
When vertebrae C5 is damaged it causes chest pain that, and sometimes the medics suspect for cardiac disease, and after testing it the results are negative.
To determine the condition of you need:
-Neck echo doppler, to check carotid artery.
-Blood test, blood sedimentation rate.
To treat spondylarthritis cervicalis is often used hot procedures and physiotherapy.
The medicine treatment contain anti inflammatory and antalgezic medicines.
You should contact a neurologist
Ask me for anything you don't understand.