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My son jolted his neck back to break a fall. I have been using heat last 3 days applied ice tonight. Help...which is better for whiplash/wry neck?

My son jolted his neck back to break a fall. I have been using heat last 3 days applied ice tonight. Help...which is better for whiplash/wry neck?

Be seen: I would recommend that he be seen just to make sure he did not seriously injure his neck. That being said, moist heat is usually good for relieving the spasm and muscular pain that can be associated with a cervical strain. Ice can be helpful if the area is superficial and tender to numb it and reduce superficial swelling. So...either is ok to try, in my experience, heat is more effective. ...Read more

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Went kayaking months ago now my neck pops literally every couple mins and hurts if I don't pop it.What could this be a sign of?Poss treatment options?

Went kayaking months ago now my neck pops literally every couple mins and hurts if I don't pop it.What could this be a sign of?Poss treatment options?

First suspect muscle: I would first suspect muscle, or tendon, slippage but there are other considerations we need. You will need an evaluation and imaging. ...Read more

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What treatment for neck disc problem?

What treatment for neck disc problem?

See below: Early treatment options include a short course of nsaids (advil, aleve), gentle massage, moist heat, and focusing on posture. If you still have pain see your physician as there are many other non-surgical treatment options. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for a possible pinched nerve in neck?

What is the treatment for a possible pinched nerve in neck?

A range of options.: A pinched nerve is first treated with rest, physical therapy, and medications. Those that do not get better over time may need an evaluation by a pain specialist for blocks (injections) to the cervical spine to help control the pain. Only in a few cases is surgery needed. There are various surgical procedures available for a pinched nerve depending on the findings on an mri. ...Read more

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Help please? What is the treatment for pain in back of neck ?

Help please? What is the treatment for pain in back of neck ?

Neck Pain Options: This pain in the distribution as you suggested is the result of an irritated nerve or facet joints or other injury typically in the cervical spine (neck) which are caused by herniated disks, spinal stenosis or degenerative disc disease, etc requiring further evaluation by a spine specialist and may be candidate for facet injections/radiofrequency ablation and epidural steroid injection. ...Read more

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What treatment options are available for painful spondylosis of the neck?

Cervical spondylosis: 24 year old lady with a concern about neck pain. You should have a full evaluation by an orthopaedic spine surgeon in clinic. Typically, rest, physical therapy, NSAIDS, ice/heat, modalities, or bracing are used. Other degenerative problems in the cervical spine related to spondylosis require imaging/surgery. See this link: http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic ...Read more

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What is the best treatment for the electric sensation that goes through the body when i suddenly bend my neck?

What is the best treatment for the electric sensation that goes through the body when i suddenly bend my neck?

Need diagnosis: This is a definitive sign of a problem involving the posterior columns of your spinal cord. This can be seen in multiple sclerosis, pernicious anemia, and even spinal stenosis. You absolutely need to evaluate why it is present, and get the underlying problem treated! ...Read more

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My wife has been detected with reactive lymphadenitis in her left side neck. What does it mean and what is the treatment ?

My wife has been detected with reactive lymphadenitis in her left side neck. What does it mean and what is the treatment ?

Lymphadentitis: This common problem is an infection or inflammation of the lymph node. This usually comes after one has been fighting off an infection. In general these situations require antibiotics and time to heal. ...Read more