Your report describes multiple findings, mostly degenerative, nothing really acute.
Of note, however, some of your levels demonstrate severe neural foraminal stenosis, which can compress spinal nerves as they leave the spinal canal through the foramen. You can search for dermatome images online, then see if the affected levels correspond to your neuropathic pain and/or tingling in your hands.
In terms of alignment, there is mild reversal of n0rmal cervical lordosis. Also, there is slight retrolisthesis of C3, which means C3 is minimally displaced backwards relative to C4 vertebral body. If clinically warranted, you can obtain radiographs of the cervical spine with dedicated flexion and extension views to evaluate for cervical instability.