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Is there a cure for cervical radiulopathy ?

Besides surgery, is there a permanent cure for Cervical polyradiulopathy ? I am not referring to the medicine that involves stopping the pain because thats just it - it stops the pain but doesnt cure the situation. So is there a set of exercises or anything else that can slowly make sure the nerves get back to their natural position ?

Thank you.
So which of the favors of your Lord would you deny? ~ Quran 55:18
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  • In short, no.

    More elaborate: most radiculopathy cases have good outcome over time. A small percent though, doesn't. Only time can tell.
  • Thank you for replying, Michael. Are you speaking from experience or something ? Just asking. And about this - "most radiculopathy cases have good outcome over time." How ?
    So which of the favors of your Lord would you deny? ~ Quran 55:18
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