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I have pain cervical region to left hand from 2 years, orthopedic told it might be spondylitis, I took treatment but it relieves temporary,wht is best treatment for this
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You are too young for spondylitis. Do regular exercises and use proper posture Macon’s jerks or reading in lying down posture Thanks
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Get an MRI scan done to know the condition better. You need to follow ergonomic for keeping pain away. Daily physiotherapy neck exercise is must. Pain killers will only kill the pain but not the cause. Therefore you have to modify your lifestyle from avoiding the aggravation of the problem.
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If there is pain in cervical region and left hand, there is a possibility of cervical spondylosis.  It can be confirmed by getting one MRI of Cervical Spine..
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You may use a Soft Cervical collar for support,  start with hot fomentation,  take analgesic with muscle relaxant tablet,  take calcium and vitamin d supplements,  apply analgesic ointment locally, 
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Avoid heavy work,  avoid jerky movements of neck...
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