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Cervical spondalitis causing huge pain
Hi I am 25 year old boy, I am since 2 years i have been suffering from acute pain in my neck and head. I was diagnosed with vit d3 deficiency and i have already completed the course twice. 2 months back i was diagnoses with straightening of cervical spine. Dr. Asked me to do few exercises. I do them but sometimes the pain becomes so severe to resist. My jaws have also started to get stiffed along with neck (front , sides and back) i gets severe ache in head, around the eyes as well. Please suggest something that could help me. One of my knee joint also starts paining anytime.
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Hot fomentation x twice daily. Neck Exercises. Neck Stretching. Postural Correction. Shoulder Shrugs . Core Strengthening Exercises. Take frequent Breaks at work Use cervical pillow. Use Back Support. Self Massage the back of neck.
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Dear client your condition may be bcoz of chronic overuse so suggested is to plz go with couple of physiotherapy sessions and then go for exercises on own that could proove productive
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Hi  in my opinion u should initially stop all exercises .firstly u should go for pain relief treatment like hot packs  ultrasonic and other physical modalities .then when the pain is relieved by around 30 to 40 Percent then u should start with isometric cervical exercises because doing exercise in pain may elevate it due to muscle spasm
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strengthening exercises of cervical muscles and also shoulder muscles
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avoid excessive movement of neck during pain use a soft and comfortable pillow maintain correct posture while sitting and lying.avoid sitting for long hours in front of computer
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Visit ortho rule out other spondylitis like conditions and get blood investigations like hlab27 etc Reason for constant pain need to be ascertained
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In my opinion 1stly u need to go for complete body check up that will also include calcium vitamin d uric acid vitamin b 12 hba1c sugar fasting...along with this u need to take physiotherapy sessions to get relieved from pain like ift / hot pack / US for jaw pain mobilisations at jaw will help u ...get well soon take care
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Visit a physiotherapist immediately
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Kindly check the values for vitamin d calcium as they are the components which help in building bones...
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Hi,  Your problem from your explanation looks like a musculoskeletal issue due to trigger point activities, may also be associated  with poor posture,  repeated tasks and jaw positioning...
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Get a good hands on Physiotherapy  , which must include trigger point therapy,  myofascial release,  posture corrections,  TMJ correction,  low impact aerobic exercises and IFT heat fermentation also me help,  thanks.
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Hello.. Well sir I need to see your x-rays or MRI of the spine before I comment over it..So the best solution in your case is to plaese go for follow up with your doctor ...Continue the exercises..You can use hot bags for pain relief...Thank you
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