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... sided, makes me wonder if your spinal nerves are not being affected. ... (6 replies)
Straight spine
Oct 24, 2003
... A chiropractor diagnosed me with the same thing. It is called reverse spinal lordosis (lordosis being the curve in the spine). Am I glad that I didn't stop there! I decided to go to my doctor with the problem and as it turns out I have many more problems then that. See, the xrays are not going to show the soft tissue and you may need to get an MRI they can see if you have any... (5 replies)
Frustrated!!!!!!
Oct 20, 2003
... I need some advise. I am a 37 year old female in relatively good health except for the chronic neck pain I have been experiencing for the last 2 to 3 years. About a year ago I finally consulted my family dr who took x-rays and diagnosed me with reverse spinal loradosis (lack of curve in the neck). This is typical in whiplash cases I hear but I have had no mva's. I went thru 3... (3 replies)

... Hi Emily.....sorry you are having so many problems. Don't let that doc "fix" your neck. The problem at C3-4 is a bulging disk that is touching the membrane that holds the spinal fluid in around the spinal cord but it NOT touching the spinal cord or the spinal nerves that go out to your body(those nerves don't go to your arms but to the area around your neck). The area below... (4 replies)
... uge lump in throat, for many years with no answers. Swallowing tests show delay there. I assume it's a combination of effects of ant. and post. osteophytes and reverse lordosis and discs into the spinal cord all in one spot. I know, you are impressed that I can figure that out and dr can't. ... (25 replies)
... sometimes muscle spasms or alignment problems will cause the curve to straighten or reverse. This can cause some pain in itself. ... (3 replies)
Neck pain
Dec 29, 2006
... which is a narrowing of the spinal collum and that you have either Radiculopathy or Myelopathy or both. ... (6 replies)
... as told me it needs to be fixed, but when I am ready. He says there is no reason for me to rush. I have started physical therapy to help strengthen my back and reverse the muscular tendancy towards progression. ... (0 replies)
... even though he pointed ut where something was touching the spinal column... ... (10 replies)
... Hi, Mel. I too have a reverse cervical lordosis. ... (23 replies)




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