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cervical spondylosis with myelopathy

Started by asathananthan on 05/24/2012 12:19pm

I am 36 years old I have severe neck pain and shoulder and right arm pain for 4 years. Recently I have diagnosed for cervical spondylosis my neurosurgeon recommended for a surgery (2 level fusion)
My MRI report says :
Severe cervical spondylosis, worst at C3/C4, C5/C6 & C6/C7 levels. Cervical cord is also compressed at theses levels causing cervical myelopathy. At C3/C4, C5/C6 & C6/C7 levels exiting neural foramina are narrowed, impinging bilateral C4, C6 and C7 exiting nerve roots.

Please advise me as soon as possible.

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Hi All, I got a date for my surgery in 04 more days. I'm looking for any other better options. Because I'm worrying about that doctor said this 2 cervical bone fusion will limit my neck movement horizontally. So before that if anyone of you can tell me any other better option or advice will be a great help.

Thank you in advance.


I understand your problem. I feel that I can help you out. Through ancient knowledge of yogic meditation and internal healing(non surgical) it can be cured completely. I will be happy that if i am able to give a right direction to you. Surgery is never a solution. I have a first hand experience of similar problem. I feel swami shivachittam who works from delhi(India) can make you completely cured. His contact iswww.anandabodh.com


I will also advice for cure through yogia and yoga nidra, choose an expert to cure you. Mind it Surgery is nver reversible and Yoga can do magical cures that are scietifically proven. Best of luck. Reemko www.sciaticacurehub.blogspot.com