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Severe leg pain, cervical
Not able to walk for more than 5 miniutes. Getting severe leg, back pain in C2 to C7 veretebras, right & left shoulders, pain radiating to both left & right hands
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Dr. Chandan Mohanty
Neurosurgeon 7 yrs exp Mumbai
Hello It seems like you have cervical spondylosis (arthritis in the neck).Please get a MRI of the cervical spine to look for the exact site and severity of the disease. Further treatment can then be started based on your MRI report. Regards.
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