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Understanding Cervical Radiculopathy

Cervical radiculopathy is a medical condition that involves the compression or irritation of nerve roots in the cervical spine, leading to a range of symptoms. This condition can be quite debilitating, affecting daily activities and diminishing the quality of life for those affected. In this article, we will delve into the causes and symptoms of cervical radiculopathy to provide a comprehensive understanding of this spinal disorder.

Causes of Cervical Radiculopathy

Herniated Discs

Sometimes, the soft stuff inside your spinal discs leaks out and presses on nearby nerves, causing pain, tingling, and weakness.

Degenerative Disc Disease

As you get older, the discs in your neck wear down a bit. If they wear down too much, they can squeeze the space for your nerves, leading to radiculopathy.

Spinal Stenosis

This is when your spinal canal gets too narrow and squeezes the nerves. In your neck, it can cause radiculopathy with pain and other nerve-related issues.

Bone Spurs (Osteophytes)

As you age, little bony growths (bone spurs) can form. If they press on your nerves, it can result in cervical radiculopathy.

Injury or Trauma

Accidents, like car crashes or falls, can damage your neck and lead to radiculopathy.

Signs of Cervical Radiculopathy

Neck Pain

You might feel a constant ache in your neck that spreads to your shoulder, arm, and even your fingers.

Tingling and Numbness

Some people experience weird feelings like tingling or numbness along their arm or fingers.

Muscle Weakness

Your muscles might feel weaker, making it harder to do things like lifting or gripping.

Difficulty with Small Movements

Simple tasks, like writing or buttoning a shirt, might become tricky due to problems with fine motor skills.

Pain with Certain Moves

Turning your head or tilting it a certain way could make the pain worse.

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Apply Jelly generously to the affected area.

Gently bend your head forward and place the Device on the back of your neck.

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Continue this circular sliding motion for 15 minutes to ease your cervical radiculopathy, adding more Jelly as needed to maintain a smooth glide.


This specialised cervical device provides a simple 4-step process for managing cervical radiculopathy and associated conditions:


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Frequently Asked Question

Cervical radiculopathy is oftentimes referred to as a pinched or irritated nerve. It’s located in the neck area and can cause pain, numbness, or weakness that radiates into the chest or arms.

Try taking it easy. If you suffer from cervical disc disease and experience increased neck pain, it’s important to temporarily avoid or cut back on intense activities. While resting, try to find a comfortable position that causes you the least amount of neck pain. You can also try applying heat or cold packs to the area. Stretching can also help; however, stop immediately if you start to experience significant discomfort while stretching.

Yes. In rare cases, the numbness and/or weakness associated with cervical radiculopathy may worsen regardless of treatment. The longer that numbness and/or weakness lasts in the shoulder, arm, or hand, the more likely it is that it becomes permanent or potentially leads to paralysis.

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