My mom is suffering from the survicle problem she has aa pain neck ,head,ear she was eating medicine but donot know which type of exercise should doo to get relief from this problem she wear neck coller also
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Try Physiotherapy treatment from a certified Manual Therapist. The symptoms are quite common if nerve tissue is irritated around the Cervical spine thats neck joints.
Appropriate Manual therapy can provide instant relief.
Hi there... Hand pain, numbness, which increases in night could be due to thoracic outlet syndrome or carpel tunnel syndrome or hypothyroidism, cervical disc prolapse... Head and neck pain is definitely due to disc dessication at c2- c3... Not the hand pain as nerves supplying hand are c5,6,7,8 and t1... Disc dessication means that in the cartilage between vertebrae I.e intervertebral disc there is loss of fluid which is early degenerative change... Cause of your hand pain can be found only by ruling out each thing... For pain relief give rest to hand as due to over use muscle inflammation occurs which could press on nerves and cause pain, dip hand in hot water so that there is more blood flow and washes out pain causing chemicals.... Consult spine surgeon once...
Cardiovascular And Pulmonary Physiotherapist
5 yrs exp
Neck exercises : slowly and gently bend up and down, bend Sideways - right side and left side, move neck slowly by watching right side and left side, slowly and gently rotate neck clockwise and anti clockwise.
Check in Internet - exercises for cervical spondylitis.
If unable to do at home. Better to consult a physiotherapist - he will guide.
Cervical Traction can be done.
Precautions : Do not lift heavy weight, watch straight - do not bend neck up or down while watching TV, avoid pillow - instead of pillow use cervical or neck pillow or a towel roll under neck while sleeping or lying.
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