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... I have mild to severe pain that starts at about the 6th cervical vertebra level. From there, the pain spreads upward and causes me to have mild to severe headaches. ... (2 replies)
... Straightening of normal cervical lordosis mild reversal and minimal rotary curve. ... (8 replies)
... straightening of the cervical spine. ... (2 replies)

... In the cervical spine, there is straightening of the physiologic cervical lordosis. ... (8 replies)
... In the cervical spine, ther is straightening of the physiologic cervical lordosis. ... (0 replies)
... There is a straightening of the natural curve of the cervical spine. This often occurs after a fusion procedure. ... (3 replies)
... My neuro says it's arthritic changes and my family doctor says I have fibromyalgia in my spine and those results don't necessarily mean I have arthritis. ... (1 replies)
... But assuming it's right, many people have straightening of the normal spine curves. I haven't had a curve in my cervical spine in over 12 years. One possible cause is spasmed muscles, at least, that's what causes mine. ... (4 replies)
... C4 on the right. Straightening of the cervical spine, which may reflect muscle spasm. ... (4 replies)
... Here's my response to the "straightening" question: The spine naturally has three normal curves to it -- when you look at a skeleton from the side, it looks like the letter "S." The top curve of the neck is called a lordotic curve. As the discs dry out or exhibit other arthritic changes, the shape of the normal curve can change. This may result in a slight change in your... (4 replies)
... there is straightening of the normal lordotic curvature of the cervical spine, there are mild degenerative changes between the articulation of the dens and arch of C1. ... (0 replies)
... n the MRI to me it looked like the discs were slightly bulged into the spinal cord but no enough for the radiologist to say anything. He did say there was a mild straightening of the cervical spine which is due to muscle spasms. ... (2 replies)
Help mri results
Mar 16, 2008
... there is straightening of the alignment of the cervical spine.The craniocervical junction is unremarkable. ... (4 replies)
... There is straightening of lordortic curvature of the cervical spine. There is no prevertebral soft tissue swelling. Brainstem and cerebellum are in tact. Vertebral body heights are well maintained. ... (4 replies)
... I don't know what to suggest for treatments. Mine is losing it's proper curve and I have a lot of headaches and that heavy head feeling too (sometimes I think a lot of the pain in my neck would go away if I didn't have to support my head's weight). I've been told to do stretches to help loosen some of the muscle tightness - I gave up on them, something gets pinched and I... (2 replies)
... S1. I am looking for help and advice in this area too, but doesn't seem to be many on here with cervical issues. ... (1 replies)
... loss of normal lordosis in cervical spine along with straightening of the lumbar. ... (3 replies)
Bulge In Back
Apr 28, 2006
... spine said. Reveals some mild straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. There is loss of normal signal intensity form the cervical intervertebral disc proper of mild degenerative disc disease. ... (6 replies)
... times going to him. After it didnt really help i went to doctor wednesday who had ordered a spine xray. I knew i had some disc problems. ... (3 replies)
... I also posted my Cervical MRI results as well here are the findings. ... (10 replies)


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