My 67 year old mother has cervical spondilitis and has had a stroke and heart attack. Her brain scan has shown leasions. She has had persistent pain of the head and neck for three years and for the last 6 months has experienced weird things which she talks about in a quite normal way, such as the feeling of being squeezed, or an arm wrapping around her, also something spitting at her. She feels that it must be a spirit or haunting because it is so bizarre. she has lived in wales for 4 years and wants to move back home to England, but never feels well enough to go. When she had a heart attack she was taken off of triptafen which she had been on for about 20 years - i do help someone can help, i have suspected parkinsons and schizophrenia but having been under observation in hospital for 2 months recently her medication hasn't been changed.

Posted By Vic Doyle on March 17, 2005 at 10:41:25:

In Reply to: Re: Cervical spondilitis posted by kialpana on August 11, 2004 at 12:37:43:

Supports and limits the motion of the IP, MP and CMC joints as well as the wrist. Supports the injured or painful wrist and thumb.

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