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Cervical problem
My mother was diagnosed with cervical myelopathy. She is suffering with top of the  head numbness, tingling sensation on top of the  head, and occasionally hand pain...she is able to do all her daily work without any problem..her hands are having good grip...she is able to walk well .. doctor advised that she might require a surgery..does she require surgery????...MRI reports are attached..
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Please consult a neurologist
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Need to examine her personally Use hard cervical collar to avoid any unseen trauma to spine. Start static neck excercise
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