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Research Article

Can Telerehabilitation Add A New Dimension In The Treatment Of Osteoarthritis Knee?

Keerthi Rao1*, Chandra Iyer2 and Deepak Anap1
1Associate Professor, College of Physiotherapy, PIMS, Loni, India
2Lecturer, College of Physiotherapy, PIMS, Loni, India
Corresponding Author : Keerthi Rao
Associate Professor
College of Physiotherapy, PIMS
Loni, India
E-mail: [email protected]
Received October 15, 2012; Accepted October 25, 2012; Published October 27, 2012
Citation: Rao K, Iyer C, Anap D (2012) Can Telerehabilitation Add a New Dimension in the Treatment of Osteoarthritis Knee? J Pain Relief 2: 113. doi: 10.4172/2167-0846.1000113
Copyright: © 2012 Rao K, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

Abstract

This report describes a case of an intraspinal extradural cyst arising from the C7-T1 zygapophyseal joint, resulting in spinal cord compression with the presentation of minimal pain and no pathologic neurologic findings. A 71-yearold male presents with a 4-month history moderate neck pain, radiating to the left shoulder. Physical examination revealed no motor or sensory deficits. Muscle stretch reflexes were intact in bilateral upper and lower extremities, and there was no imbalance with ambulation. Cervical MRI revealed a large cystic structure arising from the left C7-T1 zygapophyseal joint a causing compression of the spinal cord. He was managed conservatively with physical therapy given his level of pain and lack of neurological deficits and demonstrated improvement in his symptoms. Despite their rare occurrence, cervical intraspinal cysts causing cord compression can be considered a source of mild neck pain and can be managed conservatively in the absence of neurological symptoms.

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