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Suffering from cervical lordosis
I am suffering from cervical spondylosis loss of cervical lordosis my mri report shows c5/c6 disc shows annular fissure and diffuse posterior bugle with central herniation indenting spinal cord and encroaches on both neural formia .hyperintese signal is seen in the spinal cord in left side represents myomalacia. c6/c7 disc shows annular fissure n diffused posterior bulge with right paracentral herniation indenting spinal cord n right c7 nerve n encroaches on both neural formina. I also get tingling in legs and nerve pain in one right hand finger. I also get pain in entire spinal cord when envolves prolonged sitting job. I want to any ayurvedic treatment is there to cure this entirely. Also with this condition whether I will be able to perform any job.I have taken physiotherapy treatment like IFT , ultra, cervical traction & steam and till for months I was feeling ok but now again the pain has started should I continue doing same physiotherapy again or not
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Hello well it's quite possible that you are facing muscular spasm... suggest you to use any analgesic spray for the time being... it's better you consult an orthopaedician and get yourself examined to r ule out causes related to spine or postural problems...need not worry...meeta doctor..thank you
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