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Heaviness in back, chest and arms. MRI shows loss of normal cervical spine lordosis. Treatment?

Hi,my husband is 35years old.He was feeling heaviness in his back head side,heaviness and pain in chest,pain in right arm below elbow and pain in left leg.he consulted heart specialist,who found that his heart is healthy ,no problem of heart.But MRI discovered that he has loss of normal cervical spine lordosis .want to ask what is treatment of this?what exercises?and how long will it take to become normal?many thanks Mrs.tehseen from malaysia
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Dear Mrs as spine problems are mechanical problems we recommend cervical fortress ( soft one) for two weaks with antiinflamator (ibuprofen400mg twice a day).He should avoid fisical stress and physiotherapy or exersice are needed.Wishing you all the best
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