27 yr female having pain in neck with headache for last 6-7 days, she feels pain more in morning after wake up, normalize after 15-20 mins... what can be the possibilities???

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Xray cervical spines shows straightening and loss of lordosis Paraspinal muscles spasm She seems to be IT professional or desktop worker Needs physiotherapy NSAIDs Add tab sibelium 10mg 1 od at bedtime Also add tab gabapentin 100mg+tab nortryptiline 10mg 1od at bedtime Neck and shoulder exercises Adv for eyes checkup Stress factor r/o

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Lordosis. Lordosis is an increased inward curving of the lumbar spine (just above the buttocks). ... Loss of the lumbar spine curvature is known as a “flat back”. You can probably manage your condition with physical therapy and daily exercises.

Straightening of cervical spine Possibly muscle spasm Can produce the symptoms described Need mental relaxation Analgesics Muscle relaxants

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Loss of cervical lordosis ,due paraspinal muscle spasm Listhesis of C3 over C4 ,gr1 Cervical spondylosis Suggest MRI Rest, physiotherapy, NSAIDS,

It is caused by. work related or pillow or or driving . And less relaxation of body mns neck muscle.only spasm but this spasm lead to straitning of cervical.so pain after wakeup.but little bit released by activity .because spasm release but not fully relief.so go for physiotgerapy and sure pain will subside.

Narrowing of intervertebral disc space , straightening of c spine , a complete case of physiotherapy, advice to go for physio ( HWT, tens , Ultrasonic massage ) and avoid exercises till the pain subside, do ask for patients job what she is into , and advice ergonomic for better result

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Cervical spondylitis with posterior Osteophyte present at c7 level .adv physiotherapy and adv mri.complete arthritis profile.then manage.

Loss of cervical lordosis Muscle spasm will be there Need physiotherapy treatment to relieve pain.

Muscular spasm. Bones and joints normal. Badv xray PNS

Narrowing of intervertebral disc space , straightening of c spine , a complete case of physiotherapy, advice to go for physio, and avoid exercises till the pain subside

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