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Suffer from spondylosis. Not on medication. Taking medicine for hypertension. Pain in the left side of the body. Remedy?

Sir, For the last three years I am having spondilosis. Now I am residing here in U.A.E.I consulted a doctor and theDr. gave me phisiothrphy for three times. Now I am not taking any medicine other than pain killers, if needed.I am using medicines for B.P for the last ten years.Micardis40plus in the morning ,concor5mg,loric00,lipitor10mg inthe night. Now I amhaving severpain in my left side including my head.When I take rest it will reduce a little.Sitting and reading or doing any work is difficult for me.Dr.plese give your valuable advice.
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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spondylosis, is it cervical or lumbar means is it in neck or low back?you have to consult your physiotherapist regularly and do the exercise as prescribed by them.u should know that any spondylosis is irreversible in once it starts it ll remain with you for lifetime.only aim is to slowdown the progress and for that you need a well planned includes body weight maintenance,lifestyle modification,regular exercise,control of diabetes or hypertension.sever pain in left side means it may be because of cervical compression of the it is better to proper investigate and consult orthopedician or physiotherapist.
Answered: Fri, 26 Jul 2013
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