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Effect of therapeutic exercise on symptomatic cervical spondylosis: a case study

Maibam Nodiyachand Singh ,
Maibam Nodiyachand Singh

Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education and Sports Science, Manipur University, Canchipur, India

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Khadangbam Mukta Singh ,
Khadangbam Mukta Singh

Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education, Manipur International University, Imphal West Manipur, India

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Cervical spondylosis (C.S.) is a degenerative disorder in the neck that is very common and worsens with age; it limits the ability to do regular activity and is costly to treat. The purpose of the present case report is to describe the outcome of the physical therapy treatment, emphasizing therapeutic exercises for a patient with C.P. A 55-year-old man attended the yoga lab because his cervical spine was straightened, tingling, numbness on the left thumb, index and middle fingers, and upper limb numbness. The subject was treated with therapeutic exercises. The patient was evaluated for sixty days before and after the therapeutic exercises’ treatment. Investigation and evaluation were done with an MRI of the Cervical spine and an X-ray of the Cervical Spine A.P. and lat with Flexion and Extension. The result showed a very significant improvement, likely cured.

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Singh MN, Singh KM. Effect of therapeutic exercise on symptomatic cervical spondylosis: a case study. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología - Serie de Conferencias [Internet]. 2024 Jun. 12 [cited 2024 Jul. 19];3:880. Available from:

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