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Neck Pain 3 months
Hi Having neck pain for last 3 months.MRI normal and xray showed early degenerative sign of cervical spondylosis.Took physiotherpahy and nerve relaxant and muscle relaxant but did not get much relief.Cant tilt the neck right and bavkwards.Kindly help
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Avoid screen time on phone or laptop. Please consult for physical examination. Need to review mri films for further opinion
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Hi, Need to see your MRI report as well as X-ray before prescribing anything You can consult directly so appropriate management and precautions can be advised to you.
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you need to take injection
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consultation with me
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do not use mobile and laptop for long time in neck flexed position
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