Suffering from numbness after an accident where c3-c4-c5-c6 were pinched
sir, my father had an major accident in which his c3- c4-c5-c6 gets pinched due to which he is suffering from numbness in the right hand and he always complain that the weight of whole body is on the waist and the whole body feels very shinked. sir please provide your kind advice regarding it we are suffering from 1 years badly sir please help.the mri report is also showing only that ones.
Thank you for choosing health care magic. I can understand your concern. Usually in such cases neurophysicians or neurosurgeons will wait for some time for symptom resolvement before they take any call for surgery. Sometimes even after surgery results may not be promising. I advise you to see a neurophysician along with reports. Based upon the physical examination he can advise you whether your father is the best candidate for medical treatment or surgical treatment. I wish him a speedy recovery.
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Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist, Sidharth's Response
asu have mentioned there is compression on the spinal nereves...
as he is having pain more than a year.. i will suggest u to consult a physiotherapist(neuro specialist) who can guide properly..
u need the followings;
1. neural mobilization
2. IFT to reduce pain
3. stretching and strengthening exercises..
if u give me detail of pain then i can suggest few exercises also..
Dr. Sidharth Sekhar Patra, PT
MPT in neurology,
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