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C4-C5 treatment only

two weeks ago i have my upper back pain its my cervical area, its started when i have reach a things shoulder pain cervical radiating to my left arm its like current neck radiates to my left shoulder. like a crrent running, if i will turn my neck it will relax angd the pain stop . may i have your advice? thanks


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Hello Dear,
Treatment options are geared toward pain relief.  Pain medications such as NSAIDs, corticosteroids orally or injected, anti-spasm drugs, anti-convulsants to help with the burning pain, and in some cases, narcotic pain relievers are given.
He should go in for Physical therapy such as hydrotherapy, massage, and hot/cold therapy.
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) is a treatment in which a painless electrical current is sent to specific nerves through electrode patches that are placed on the skin. The mild electrical current generates heat that serves to relieve stiffness, improve mobility, and relieve pain
Treatment methods should be focused on pain relief and maintaining quality of life.Although slow, usually these conservative treatments relieve pain.Surgery should be the last option as the results are not consistent and is not always successful.
Refer http://www.spineuniverse.com/displayarticle.php/article180.html
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