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... The other driver's insurance will not pay for treatment until it is complete and they will then offer settlement. In the meantime, treatment is getting quite expensive and it has offered little help. I've grown tired of the chronic pain. ... (1 replies)
... treatment for loss of normal cervical lordosis (0 replies)
... Treatment for loss of cervical lordosis (0 replies)

... r symptoms sometimes I feel like I am having a heart attack, or anxiety attack I feel detatched at time, I would love to hear from similar people who are getting treatment and what kinds and if you have similar symptoms do they get better and what kind of treatment. ... (6 replies)
... r symptoms sometimes I feel like I am having a heart attack, or anxiety attack I feel detatched at time, I would love to hear from similar people who are getting treatment and what kinds and if you have similar symptoms do they get better and what kind of treatment. ... (0 replies)
... I have detected with loss of cervical lordosis. I want to know the treatment for the same. ... (2 replies)
... area as well as some disk degeneration but nothing that requires surgery. This was in Jan. of 2011. My neurosurgeon just said I needed to try other modalites of treatment which I've done in the last 8 months to no avail. Most recently, I saw a bio physics chiropractor and he took Xrays. ... (7 replies)
... the neck curve and he says this is the reason for the tight trapeze muscles and says I need to get the curve back and suggested traction. I am so sore from this treatment and feel worse. Do you know or does anyone know if this is really necessary? ... (4 replies)
... If anyone knows wats the treatment (both medical & non-medical) for loss of normal cervical lordosis, pl reply. having pain and stiffness in neck also (0 replies)
... you just really do need to know whats up inside your column,that would in and of itself dictate just what your best overall treatment plan would be. its just one of those better safe than sorry types of situations,this IS your spinal area we are talking about. ... (1 replies)
... rays and i was told that i have reversal of the lordosis and that is most likely causing my migraines because of the stress on the muscles in my neck. Also I was told that there are signs of arthritis and degenoration. ... (1 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)
Lordosis, C5...
Sep 14, 2011
... Hi WebDozer. There are on many occasions where I wished I had broken neck as at least they would of been able to see it properly. Thank you there. I know, that is now the good news after wasting my time with stuff like traction (which has probably done more harm than good) etc etc. I hope that I have finally found the right person now after all of these years of... (11 replies)
Lordosis, C5...
Sep 12, 2011
... Chris.... Holy cow, it sounds like you've got everything short of a broken neck. My sincere condolences. The good news is that the docs should be able to help you, once they quit wasting your time with stuff like traction, acupuncture, and injections. It's a good thing that you've found a specialist who is, as you say, NOT happy with your previous treatment. Perhaps, after... (11 replies)
... In your case, you have a slight loss of lordosis in both the lumbar and cervical regions. This could be due to postural issues or other things but probably isn't an issue at this point. ... (7 replies)
... osture correction should work and that surgery should be a last option. I'm inclined to agree, but wondered if I'm missing something or if that's a common enough treatment plan. ... (0 replies)
... tried every treatment available. I'm on my way for my SECOND spinal surgeon appt early August. ... (10 replies)
... The muscle spasms themselves could be very painful, and the loss of lordosis also means that your muscles have to fight to keep your head erect. ... (5 replies)
... Hello everyone, I am 38 year old wife and mother of 2 who had my first cervical spine injury in 2007. I went through conservative treatment for a few month and never thought about it again (I didnt take it seriously) until jan 2011 when i was injured again doing similar activities. I have been in pain every since. I have been browsing these boards for a while and i... (4 replies)
... prominent multilevel spondylosis as better described above which is the likely cause of mild straightening of the normal cervical lordosis and mild levoconvex scoliosis. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: c5 problems, chronic pain, collapsed disc, inverted spinal cord, lordosis, myofascial pain syndrome, reverse lordosis, trigger point, whiplash

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