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Cervical Spondylosis/ Degenerative neck disease

Cervical spondylosis or degenerative neck disease is arthritis or osteoarthritis of the spinal vertebra in the neck region. It can be very painful and its associated with balance and bowel problems.

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Cervical Spondylosis/ Degenerative neck disease

The area, which are commonly affected by Cervical Spondylosis are from the fourth to seventh vertebral bones. The discs present in between the two vertebrae loses height due to ageing or degeneration or sometimes due to injury.In cervical spondylosis the ligament of the joints become...Read More

Posted on : Wednesday, January 21, 2009 12:00 AM
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My senior brother is 52 years old and is diagonised with servical spondilosis. He is advised to have surgery as it is seriou. I am looking for a good Doctor / Hospital in India to enable him have the surgery. My name is Yakubu Kwairanga from Nigeria.
Replied on Friday, September 28, 2012 5:37 AM

shivcharan1982
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dear sir i am Shiv 30 yrs old ,last 10 dys i am feeling pain below my neck to right arm,yesterday got severe pain i went to doctor and after radiograhpy he sad it is a symptom of cervical spondylosis nowpain is increasing day by day please suggest any tretment, the doctor given a lots of allopathic medicines that contains high Dose , i haad just sifted from my countryindia to my working site Vietnam food and work time habbits are very different then past,i dought that themedicines will suit to my body or may react due to high dose
Replied on Wednesday, October 31, 2012 11:15 PM
dear sir, iam o.p.singh,aged 61 years. i have cervical spondilysis since 2 years. 3 days ago sever chest pain occured 2-3 times. my heart sp. tested me and told it may be angina. again next two days i suffered severe chest pain twice in night hours and mild pain and heaviness around chest and shoulders during day time. my orthopedics sp. is treating me with cervical-spondilysis. confused. please advice.
Replied on Saturday, November 10, 2012 2:29 AM
after 3 days of treatment, one night i got rough massage from my son. next morning severe virtigo occured. i fell on ground thrice without any prior indication and twice i fell in my bed while sitting. there was no pain anywhere, but i became unconcios several times for few seconds every time without any symtoms.2 days treatment by traction and medicine virtin has helped to avoid recurrence. it is dangerous while working or driving, i am scared for my future. kindly advice.
Replied on Friday, November 16, 2012 7:29 AM
i am o.p.singh and suffering from cervical spodylosis, after 3 days of treatment, one night i got rough massage of my neck from my son. next morning severe virtigo occured. i fell on ground thrice without any prior indication and twice i fell in my bed while sitting. there was no pain anywhere, but i became unconcios several times for few seconds every time without any symtoms.2 days treatment by traction and medicine virtin has helped to avoid recurrence. it is dangerous while working or driving, i am scared for my future. kindly advice.
Replied on Friday, November 16, 2012 7:32 AM

RajatKumar
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Dear Sir, Dont worry same happened to me for few days , I started doing Bhujang Asan on the advice of my Homeopathic Dr. and corrected in 5-6 days with Homepathic medicine and Asan
Replied on Monday, September 30, 2013 5:19 AM
 




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