?Cervical Spondylosis

A male patient aged about 45 years reported to OPD with complains of paresthesia over his left arm on moving neck towards his right side and back side. He has been having such symptoms for past 1month. What all advises can be given for such patient? Exercises/Medicines/Cervical Collar X-ray cervical spine to be done on follow up visit

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Take X-Ray to confirm Cervical.Spondylosis. A general term for age-related wear and tear of the spinal discs. Spondylosis is common and worsens with age. This condition is often used to describe degenerative arthritis (osteoarthritis) of the spine. Medications.... * Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. *While some types of NSAIDs are available over the counter, you may need prescription-strength versions to relieve the pain and inflammation associated with cervical spondylosis. * Corticosteroids. ... *Muscle relaxants. ... Anti-seizure medications. ... Antidepressants.
Take an x-ray cervical spine and then analgesics, muscle relaxants and physiotherapy isometric neck exercise and ift/ ict... Above all rule out cardiac problem by taking ecg...
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Cervical spondylitis Cervical collar Physiotherapy Tab Pregabaline 75 mg b d
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CERVICAL SPONDYLITIS, adv Tab ETOSAID MR one bd Tab Defcort 6mg bd, Cap Pregabalin m 75 one at bed time, Cap Bio D3 max one daily, Exercise, Avoid pillow
? Cervical spondylosis, ? Cervical rib X-ray cervical spine Suggest Physiotherapy, cervical traction, NSAIDS, gaba pentin, B1, B6, B12
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