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I am 39 years old male, I have a mild sensational problem on my left hand side. It is below my arms. I have took an MRI Scan. My MRI Impression is "Right posterolateral disc protrusion at C4-C5, compression the cord, with features of compression cervical myelopathy at C4-C5. There is a mild narrowing of both neural foramen, impinping on bilateral C5 nerve root. Minimal posterior disc bulge at C5-C6 and C6-C7 levels, indenting the theca. Bilateral facial hypertrophy at L4-L5. I need suggestion regrading this. My neurologist's advice is for the spinal surgery and I am not interested in that. Please give me a proper solution for this problem. Regards, Rafeeq.

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