Thank you for your query at DoctorSpring.com
I understand your concern.
I have seen your MRI reports. As per the reports you definitely have cervical canal stenosis. This can result in weakness and stiffness of all 4 limbs and change in gait as well. Sometimes unsteadiness also.
As examined by your Neurosurgeon you do not have weakness or stiffness. I am of the opinion that we can continue observation. If symptoms are worse then sometimes you may need surgery.
Feel free to discuss further,
Patient replied :
My doctor has put me on hard cervical collar and Meftal forte tablets for 21 days. Is there any alternatives ways to reduce the pressure in spinal cord and improve my blood flow to brain.
The unstedyness is very disturbing and affecting my day to day activites is this condition serious?
any physical activity or excersise can help this?
Is the surgery very complex?
Am very worried kindly help.
Surgery is not a complex situation.
Since unsteadiness is your main symptom I suggest you to see a neurologist before deciding on surgery. As there are other reasons for unsteadiness which might have to be ruled out; like cerebellar problems, degenerative spinal cord lesions.
But if spinal cord compression is the only cause then surgery is the best option.