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vertigo due to spndylosis present in cervical spine with narrow disc space C5-6 & C6-7

some 10 days ago my brother who is 65 years old has got vertigo it was very severe even he couldn't stand up. This gave him a constant headache and he complaint that his vision is blurry. he told us that all is spinning, there was no option doctors have put him on sedative drugs because the vomiting has also been started with this suffering of dizziness. So finally it was diagnosed that he is suffering from " Vertigo due to spondylosis present in cervical spine with narrow disk C5-6 and C6-7 and loss of normal curvature due to muscle spasm.
His other readings were find out through X-ray report's are:
* Degenerative changes present in cervical spine
*Small marginal osteophytes are present
* Loss of normal cervical curvature
*Osteoporosis is present
*No Fracture is seen
*No Bony erosion seen
*Prevertebral soft tissue appear normal

His physician have suggested him to take physiotherapy treatment after having this for 2 day he is now feeling better and physiotherapist's have suggested him to carry out neck exercise daily for 3 times. So I would like to know from the experts of this forum any other suggestion for him to keep fit through exercises.


Nasir Sajjad
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