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... Your spine should be tilted forward at the top of your shoulders. In order to keep your head upright, then, the spine must bend toward the back until it is pointing straight up. ... (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)
... 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)

... 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)
... My name is Mel and I come here every now and then to seek out support for chronic neck pain. ... (23 replies)
... its pretty simple actually. normally we 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)
... ray will not show. You really need an MRI. Is there any way that you can get one of these? ... (22 replies)
... Hello, thank you so much for your responses they have helped me gain a better understanding of what I am dealing with as I have only had a brief description from my doctor. ... (6 replies)
... Anyway, I am glad that your problem is not too severe in that throat and you can live with slight discomfort. ... (22 replies)
... 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... it's almost like a sideways W... starts out ok, curves forward, ends ok. Wow.. ... (23 replies)
... I'm not sure what you are posting. Is it a question or statement or what type of info are you looking for? ... (4 replies)
... Hi, Mel. I too have a reverse cervical lordosis. ... (23 replies)
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Mar 24, 2004
... Okay, so I got my latest MRI report back and this is what it says.. ... (1 replies)
... it worse. I've been taking pain meds to get me through and so sick of it. I've had MRI and Xrays and I've been told that I do have a slightly bulging disk in my cervical area as well as some disk degeneration but nothing that requires surgery. This was in Jan. of 2011. ... (7 replies)
... Since the surgeon is saying you have fused then it doesn't sound like pseudarthrosis is going to be a problem because you've alread fused. ... (3 replies)
... run your own business and having to sell because of your extreme neck problems, I think we can clearly see what the cause of the depression might be. Sometimes these drugs are tried to 'interrupt' pain signals and some have had a degree of success. ... (65 replies)
... I have a messed up cervical spine to say the least. All are bulging but none are herniated, I have reverse lordosis, suffered 2 whiplashes 3 years ago and have every neuro symptom you can name. But NOONE thinks its the c spine causing me all of these disturbances. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, Just wondering if anyone else here has flattening of the thoracic curve along with the reversal of the cervical lordosis. If so, what can be done to reverse this? ... (0 replies)
... 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. ... (0 replies)
... Pain has returned, more arthritic with routine bouts of severe radicular, chest, and blade pain. Stenosis is feeling worse and also causing problems. ... (19 replies)


Associated Tags: chronic pain, lordosis, myofascial pain syndrome, trigger point, whiplash

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