... Hi just go to your search engine and punch in reverse lordosis,youll find all the information you need. ... (2 replies)
... what is reverse lordosis (2 replies)
... Hi WebDozer,
I know worrying does not solve anything...but its really not something I can take out of my mind....Although I have no major pain, my arm weakness really gave me a huge scare...especially at my age.... really makes me sick to the stomach to think of my future....I just hope my symtoms are casued by the muscle spasm (which casue the reverse lordosis) and that... (3 replies)
... or a while. Disk degeneration and bone spurs are so common as to be "normal" once people get to a certain age, although you're still a little young for that. The reverse lordosis may be caused by the muscle spasm. ... (3 replies)
... 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)
... ray of his cervical spine from September 2010 shows that he has a loss of normal lordosis even reverse lordosis centered around C5. The disc spaces are however preserved and no degenerative changes are seen. ... (11 replies)
... trapezius muscles. At this point, don't know who to believe. I've not read anywhere where others have been through the traction remedy. Seems like many have this reverse lordosis and I've not read anything that states it MUST be reversed or that a chiropractor can even fix it with this traction device. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Jenny, maybe I should get back on an old thread or start a new one. Hope to check in soon but have been investigating a few boards to try to isolate things with all these symptoms. Let's face it, it's the next best thing to the invisible doctor, right?
Hi french44, after that fall you had many years ago and with what is going on now, amazing you got away this long... (22 replies)
... I was just wondering from your thread title about the reverse lordosis, if you have any swallowing problems or discomfort in throat area. ... (22 replies)
... I'm no expert, but I think it's unlikely that the reverse lordosis is actually the cause of your pain. I have this too, but this in itself was not causing my problems. Like feelbad said, a lot of people have reverse lordosis. ... (22 replies)
... Lack of lordosis showed up in my cat scan, and the doctor explained that it meant the natural curve of the spine was straighter than it should have been. ... (2 replies)
... have you had the segmental instrumentation to help with the reverse lordosis? ... (23 replies)
... Good Afternoon All,
I found this board after running a few searches and first want to say thanks as the information and stories made me feel a bit better that I wasn't going crazy.
My story is pretty simple. I'm a 32 year old man, last December I woke up with a bit of neck pain and just assumed I slept on it wrong. I was going through a rough breakup and work was... (0 replies)
... ...and married!
The MRI report shows that I have 'congenitally fused C7 & T1'. Googled it and it came up with Klippel-Feil Syndrome. By the looks, I have mild version and have had no probs til now...at 47 (haven't been diagnosed formally by Doc yet, and may have to inform him, as it is fairly rare from what I could find).
I have been active, healthy and fit all my life to... (2 replies)
... en 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)
... 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)
... 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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... 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)