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Shoulder neck issue.

1. Click sound on movement of neck at times. 2. Pain in right side neck at times, extending from below the ears meeting till sternocledomastoid muscle. 3. Numbness in right upper arm while sleeping. 4. Increased cholestrol. 5. Post menstrual weight gain.
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Dr. Vishwas Virmani (PT)
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Neck Exercises. Neck Stretching. Postural Correction. Shoulder Shrugs. Take frequent Breaks at work. Core Strengthening Exercises. Use cervical pillow. Use Back Support. Self Massage the back of neck.
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Dear Madam Plz visit some physiotherapist and get it assessed thoroughly!
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Hello there......with the symptoms you have provided it is more or less likely to be a case of cervical spondylysis with on/off neck pain....you need to follow certain advices and procedures so that you may have comfort from this nagging problem. 1)change your pillow 2) do xray of cervical spine AP/lateral views 3)check u r self for sr calcium,D3,B12 & uric acid levels You may walk into any physiotherapy opd and get yourself evaluated the recommeded line of treatment would be sessions of cervival traction,TENS & Dithermy along with calcium & B12 supplementation. Do resort back regarding any other query Regards & take care.
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Post mensural there r many hormonal changes in the body that result in weight gain and musculoskeletally body stiffness even some behaviour changes like hyper irritation, mood swings, little depression etc that all can be taken care off by simple exercises and therapy tools just u have to visit a qualified and registered physiotherapist nearby. Know us more at wwwphysiothetapistdelhiin.
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