My Dad is 60 yers old and is overweight by 15-20 Kgs. He had tingling senstion in his one arm and one leg, recently he showed it to a doc and they asked him to do a MRI. Acc to the Doc the MRI showed taht the SPinal cord has bend and in turn has squeezed a nerve and that is causing the tingling. He says the only way dto fix it is Surgery. Is that true? is that the only way left? Also, they have asked him to wear a neck collar to avoid any sudden movements to the neck.
Please guide me.
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