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Neck arthritis
Feeling dizziness and vomiting, sometimes nausea problem occurs too.in diagnosis it is found out that early symptoms of cervical spondylosis are showing.already I do have knee pain and arthritis problem.
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This is due to wear and tear of the neck vertebrae. The dizziness is due to the pain when you move.your neck. Take adequate painkillers and do gentle stretching exercises. Properly directed injections in the neck may help to relieve pain.
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Hello there,,,,to come to a proper diagnosis of cervical spondylysis,,,,xrays along with physical examination is necessary....but since you mentioned you have knee pain and arthritis,,,it is important to know your blood levels for calcium and vit B12. If it is plain cervical spondylysis...it can be managed conservatively through medicine,supplimentation and Electro physio modalities like cervical traction and TENS...
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get your blood levels checked for sr calcium, sr uric acid Vit D B12 RA factor CRP xray of cervical spine- AP & Lat posn
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avoid long travels , use a slim pillow and avoid straining the neck in one direction.do static neck exercises. resort back with furthur queries Regards & take care.
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