Welcome to Alternative Health Care! forum: Cervical radiculopathy!!

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Apr 21, 2019 9:30 AM CST
I am 54 years old and it's been seven years that I have arthritis. I have stiffness in bone in the morning and typically lasts for a few minutes after beginning daily activities, but may return after periods of inactivity. I have been taking medications such as acetaminophen, naproxen. Sometimes if the pain worsens or lasts for long I take joint injections. Lately, I am having numbness in muscles which was not observed before. I have difficulty controlling my arms. I went for a regular checkup to my doctor, he did some examinations, the regular ones, some new ones and did some scanning. I was diagnosed with something known as cervical radiculopathy. This is the first time that I have heard about such a condition. He said that it is common with patients having arthritis and that I don’t have to worry much about it. I am already doing physiotherapy for my arthritis, it is providing me some relief. My doctor said I just have to continue doing that or else I can get radiculopathy treatment from Mississauga[https:/dynamicphysiotherapy.ca/conditions/general-conditions/radiculopathynerve-entrapmentsthoracic-outlet-syndrome/]. Neither have I know about it nor I have heard about. Do you guys have any idea about it? Any help would be appreciated.

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