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CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS C5C6&C7
I HAVE BEEN HAVING PAIN IN BOTH SHOULDERS RADIATING TO THE HANDS AND LEGS PAIN RADIATING TO THE FEET FOR THE LAST THREE MONTHS. XRAY SHOWS C5 c6 & c7 CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS AND ANTERIOR OSTEOPHYTES.
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Neck Exercises. Neck Stretching. Postural Correction. Shoulder Shrugs. Take frequent Breaks at work. Core Strengthening Exercises. Use cervical pillow. Use Back Support. Self Massage the back of neck.
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The radiating pain in the arms, shoulders, hanss and fingers is sue to cervical spondylosis.. The pain in the legs is due to the nerve compression in the lower back region but sometimes its associated with the cervical spondylosis and gets ok when we so the treatment with cervical spondylosis.
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Go to a physiotherapist.. Ultrasonic therapy +IFT +Heating therapy +traction (may require) +some strengthening exercises will be helpful for sure.
Health Tips
At home.. Rest +hot water fomentation +pain killer gel +no long sitting /forward neck bending /travelling /driving /walking +no stair climbing +no cold exposure +no manual exertions +sit tall +use cervical collar.
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RADIATION OF PAIN TO THE HANDS & FEET CAN BE DUE TO PRESSURE OVER THE NERVES SECONDARY TO SPONDYLOSIS... PLEASE GET A MRI SCAN TO RULE OUT OTHER CAUSES OF THE SAME SYMPTOMS...
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MRI SCAN IS ADVISABLE
Health Tips
NEUROPATHIC MEDICATIONS WILL HELP...
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