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Top Rated Treatments for Cervical Osteoarthritis

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Surgery treatment for Cervical Osteoarthritis1

Surgery

Surgery is a treatment used to repair the body or treat pain caused by an injury. Surgery is not right for everyone. While some are successful, it is best to try other less invasive treatments first.Surgery is a treatment used to repair the body or treat pain caused by an injury. Surgery is not right for everyone. While some are successful, it is best to try other less invasive treatments first.

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Cervical epidural block

A Cervical epidural block is an injection used to relieve neck pain. The treatment involves injecting a corticosteroid into the epidural space of the spine.A Cervical epidural block is an injection used to relieve neck pain. The treatment involves injecting a corticosteroid into the epidural space of the spine.

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NSAIDs - Anti Inflammatory drugs treatment for Cervical Osteoarthritis3

NSAIDs - Anti Inflammatory drugs

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and corticosteroid injections are the most commonly used medications to treat pain and inflammation. NSAIDs that are commonly used are Advil�, Motrin�, Ibuprofen, and Aleve�Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and corticosteroid injections are the most commonly used medications to treat pain and inflammation. NSAIDs that are commonly used are Advil�, Motrin�, Ibuprofen, and Aleve�

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Oral corticosteroids treatment for Cervical Osteoarthritis4

Oral corticosteroids

A non-narcotic form of powerful anti-inflammatory prescription medication used for a short period of time to relieve pain. These are more commonly referred to as oral steroids.A non-narcotic form of powerful anti-inflammatory prescription medication used for a short period of time to relieve pain. These are more commonly referred to as oral steroids.

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Physical Therapy treatment for Cervical Osteoarthritis5

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy means going to a professional Physical Therapist where they administer a program to help restore mobility and reduce inflammation and/or pain.Physical Therapy means going to a professional Physical Therapist where they administer a program to help restore mobility and reduce inflammation and/or pain.

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Acupuncture treatment for Cervical Osteoarthritis6

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is used to treat a variety of ailments and injuries like lower back pain, plantar fasciitis, and knee and ankle pain. Needles are placed in the skin at particular points in the body.Acupuncture is used to treat a variety of ailments and injuries like lower back pain, plantar fasciitis, and knee and ankle pain. Needles are placed in the skin at particular points in the body.

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Narcotics treatment for Cervical Osteoarthritis7

Narcotics

Opioids, are used to treat severe pain (like chronic neck pain) that is not relieved by other pain medications. Opioids can be highly addictive and hence dangerous.Opioids, are used to treat severe pain (like chronic neck pain) that is not relieved by other pain medications. Opioids can be highly addictive and hence dangerous.

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Chiropractor treatment for Cervical Osteoarthritis8

Chiropractor

Treatment that is handled by a chiropractor helps limit pain and discomfort with hands-on manipulation. Chiropractic care is useful in identifying the root cause of an injury.Treatment that is handled by a chiropractor helps limit pain and discomfort with hands-on manipulation. Chiropractic care is useful in identifying the root cause of an injury.

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Soft collar treatment for Cervical Osteoarthritis9

Soft collar

Soft Collars are worn to prevent movement of the head and neck. They are made of foam, wrap around the neck, and fasten in the back. They offer comfortable support to patientsSoft Collars are worn to prevent movement of the head and neck. They are made of foam, wrap around the neck, and fasten in the back. They offer comfortable support to patients

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Cortisone Injection treatment for Cervical Osteoarthritis10

Cortisone Injection

Cortisone is a powerful anti-inflammatory steroid mix and is used to reduce inflammation. It is injected directly into damaged tissue/painful area which can lead to relief of pain if your body responds well.Cortisone is a powerful anti-inflammatory steroid mix and is used to reduce inflammation. It is injected directly into damaged tissue/painful area which can lead to relief of pain if your body responds well.

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Traction treatment for Cervical Osteoarthritis11

Traction

Traction is a form of decompression therapy that stretches and straightens the spine to relieve pain. This helps take pressure off compressed discs and improve the body�s ability to heal itself.Traction is a form of decompression therapy that stretches and straightens the spine to relieve pain. This helps take pressure off compressed discs and improve the body�s ability to heal itself.

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Facet joint block

A Facet joint block is a simple and minimally invasive procedure used as a diagnostic tool to find out if the facet joint is the cause of your pain. It involves an injection of lidocaine.A Facet joint block is a simple and minimally invasive procedure used as a diagnostic tool to find out if the facet joint is the cause of your pain. It involves an injection of lidocaine.

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Medial branch block

A Medial branch block is another treatment used to determine if the facet joint is the source of your pain. An anesthetic is injected near the small medial nerves connected to facet joint.A Medial branch block is another treatment used to determine if the facet joint is the source of your pain. An anesthetic is injected near the small medial nerves connected to facet joint.

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