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Prolapse........

Dear Dr
I am having Disc Prolapse in neck
Cervical spondylosis
Herpes zoster (shingles) on the neck and cheek
Irritated seborrheic kerotosis - neck
Lymph tissue in the head and neck.
Melanoma - neck
Neck lump
Neck pain
Neck pulse
Neck x-ray
Oral cancer
Spinal injury
since last 3 yrs.As a result my shoulders
Shoulder arthroscopy
Shoulder pain
have become really hard.I tried every best treatment ranging from visiting various Orthos and Physiotherapist available but with no improvement.
My reports are-1)Loss of Cervical Lordosis
2)Posterior
Anterior vaginal wall repair
Posterior fossa tumor
Posterior heart arteries
Posterior spinal anatomy
Skeleton (posterior view)
Spinal fusion
Vertebrobasilar circulatory disorders
Uveitis
bulge of C4-C5 disc on left side compressing theca and left exiting nerve
Nerve biopsy
Nerve conduction velocity

3)Posterior
Anterior vaginal wall repair
Posterior fossa tumor
Posterior heart arteries
Posterior spinal anatomy
Skeleton (posterior view)
Spinal fusion
Vertebrobasilar circulatory disorders
Uveitis
diffuse bulge of of C3-C4 and C5-C6 indenting theca and both existing nerve
Nerve biopsy
Nerve conduction velocity
.
Even I underwent Electromyogram (EMG) and Nerve Conduction Studies which shows everything normal.

Recently I heard about Ozone Therapy.I read that in this therapy they will inject Ozone in the disc as a result the jelly like substance will be punctured and the pressure on nerve will be released.Is this therapy really good and can it be helpful in my case?

Regards
Pankajj
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