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What treatment can be taken for pain in the body parts after the cervical compression in an accident ?

I MET Accident in 2009 sep at that time in my cervical C 3,C 4,C 5,C 6 mildly compressed due to that i getting pain in the upper limb ,neck & upper half of chest and some times pain spreading to different parts like Head and lift side of the body.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jul 2011
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The best treatment for this is have to do neck exercises everyday and avoid using a thck to consult a physiotherapist.
Answered: Mon, 4 Jul 2011
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Hi Madhu
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Cervical due to trauma is difficult to be treated completely.You should be very careful in your everyday life.There should be lifestyle modifications done.Avoid travelling for long hours.Please wear neck collar during travel , when you have pain and never during sleep.Please visit a Physiotherapist and get the appropriate exercises .
To reduce your pain you can try Aceclofenac or Tramazac under your Doctor`s advice.You should get an MRI and see if there is any nerve compression .In such case surgical approach may be needed.

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