Thanks for writing
After going through your symptoms, they are suggestive of cervical canal stenosis leading to spinal cord compression
. The cause may be confirmed by physical examination, but most commonly it is due to slip disc.
The pinched nerve leads to numbness, tingling sensation
and weakness of leg depending on severity of compression. In the follow up query I would like to know are you able to walk on your heels and toes? That will give me some idea of severity of nerve compression.MRI of spine is the preferred investigation.
My suggestion for you are-
1. Bed rest
that is avoid unnecessary sitting and whenever possible take rest in lying down position.
2. No massage at neck region.
3. The medicine given is tab.pregablin,tab.thiospas A8,Gel.flexabenz for application at back and oral/inject able form of vitamin B12
These are prescription only medicine so you may talk to your local doctor. Contact immediately to the emergency room (ER) if the weakness increases along with loss of bladder and bowel control.
Take care and I shall be glad to answer any further query.
Dr.chugh, Orthopaedic surgeon