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... sided, makes me wonder if your spinal nerves are not being affected. Losing the healthy cervical lordosis can put undue pressure on the FRONT of your disks, which may cause them to bulge out the BACK. ... (6 replies)
... Hi there, my name is Natasha and I have just been diagnosed with reverse cervical lordosis and have also been told I have a longer neck than usual. ... (6 replies)
... It sounds like you have some experience with this thing called reverse cervical lordosis. I am so beside myself and just don't know who to believe anymore. ... (4 replies)

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... what does reverse cervical lordosis after already having a fusion mean (3 replies)
... It most commonly follows a laminectomy for cervical stenosis and takes place over a series of years. Newer methods of treating stenosis have improved the risks of kyphosis. ... (4 replies)
... Reverse cervical lordosis (4 replies)
... explain reverse cervical lordosis (1 replies)
... For those who don't know what reverse of cervical lordosis means, it means the neck has gone straight and then started to curve towards the back, instead of the front. Also called cervical kyphosis. ... (6 replies)
... It's actually a pretty frequent problem. A reverse of normal cervical lordosis means your neck has started to curve outwards. Normally, our necks are curved inwards but with arthritis and damage, it slowly starts to go straight. ... (3 replies)
... I have very progressed Cervical Kyphosis, which is a straightening of the neck, and I think you are implying you have. ... (23 replies)
... Hi, My name is Mel and I come here every now and then to seek out support for chronic neck pain. I have a bulge c5/6 and one at c3/4 from whiplash 7 years ago, am 32. I have had 2 lots of facet blocks c5/6 that have helped over the last year and a half, yet still get headaches and neck pain. Dr's either can't diagnose where the pain is from, some say all psycological and a... (23 replies)
... Urgh.. Is it even possible that my reversed cervical lordosis affected my back spine or disc? ... (4 replies)
... ocassions so i thought it was nothing. But i went to my doctor maybe 3days ago when it got bad again and they sent me to the hospital to have a plain xray of my cervical spine which resulted in the observation that there is reversal of normal lordosis and that i have a long neck which can produce neck pain too and that was that. ... (6 replies)
... e have what is called the 'lordodic curve' within our c spines. this is just a naturally occuring curve that helps to displace wieght much more evenly within the cervical vertebrae. ... (1 replies)
... have you had the segmental instrumentation to help with the reverse lordosis? ... (23 replies)
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... I just saw my first cervical xray in years today when I went in to a chiropractor to see what's up with a strained muscle in my lower back. WOW is that thing curved wrong... ... (23 replies)
... I have had an reversed cervial lordosis for 12 months now. ... (23 replies)
... Also I can lift my head to the sky and move it around almost as normal and from what I've been reading I'm not supposed to be able to do??? Quite confusing also a little scary, although since i started getting the symptoms i've always stretched my neck so i think i may have just answered my own question lol maybe not...? (6 replies)

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