Hello and thank you for your question,
It sounds that you have tried all the conservative approaches to treat your symptoms (physio, massage, etc). Because you do have neurological symptoms (tingling in your hand), I would recommend to see a neurosurgeon for a consultation. You may not actually need to have surgery done but rather get a cortisone injection into the cervical area (most likely into C6-7 vertebrae because stenosis in that vertebrae is what's responsible for the tingling symptoms. Cortisone injection might help decrease inflammation and alleviate some, if not all, of your symptoms. If cortisone injection fails, you can then consider surgery.
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