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Hands Pain
I am facing shifting pain from one hand to other hand, shoulders, behind the ear, jaws and once side headache. This pain is shifting from one side to other side, and it's getting worse when I do more work. Sometimes I feel numbness in my fingers.
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Cervical problem  start physiotherapy treatment
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Kindly do cervical Spine MRI . First do proper consultation with a physiotherapist. Due to cervical nerve compression your having this radiating pain .
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andrewphysiotherapist is my YouTube channel. it is useful for neck strengthening & stretching.
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If it getting worse on activities that means functional efficiency has been reduced and joint alignment is affected. Can be a dysfunction in upper cervical area C1-2 Along with overuse of trapezius and levator scapulae muscle with tightness of occipitalis
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Visit a skilled physiotherapist
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Immediate treatment
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Your pain could be due to neck muscles spasm.. You should consult a Physiotherapist or Orthopaedist for further evaluation and treatment.
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Hello Pain can be due to muscle spasm in cervical and shoulder region and nerve compression in cervical area. Apply hot water fermentation followed by any muscle relaxing ointment. Do some mobility exercises for neck and shoulders. Like shoulder shrugging, shoulder rotations, look up and down, neck isometrics.
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Avoid bending your neck,if you work on laptop then place it at your eye level with back rested.
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Regular physiotherapy treatment will be more helpful.
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This could be due to cervical region nerve compression, you need to do cervical isometric exercises and elbow curl exercise (20 Reps x 2 sets). Improve your ergonomic while work on PC.
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Take a breech every hour in work
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