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Loss of Normal Cervical Lordosis.

I have a sister age 28 yrs old, and she often feels some major pain in her neck.As per doctors consultation we done the X-Ray examination of Cervical Spine(AP+Lateral).As a report it comes "LOSS OF NORMAL CERVICAL LORDOSIS". What is the prevention now? How does it cure? Medicine / Phisiotherapy ? Please revert back. Eagerly waiting for your answers.
Wed, 8 Dec 2010
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  User's Response
i have loss of normal cervical lordosis at c4-c5 and c5-c6.i was diagnosed at age 19 now one year later and the problem is worst. recently i have to take these deep breaths otherwise i feel like i am out of breath. I have done physical threapy but it did not help.. i still honestly do not understand my problem. anyone with information can e mail me at
  Anonymous's Response

Loss of the cervical curve means there is muscle spasm and it may be because of the spine problem. most probably it is a disk problem. this needs an expert advise and care. spine surgeon is good option you need to consult with and to follow the advise of him.

  User's Response
Request inability to give confirmatory opinions without seeing the client or the X-Ray in person. Should not be difficult to consult an orthopedician near your place of residence.
  User's Response

my daughter is almost 16. she has syringomyelia, scoliosis, chiari, loss of cervical lordosis, spondylolisthesis.  i am wondering on the loss of cervical lordosic how they can fix it or is there no cure?  thanks soooo much. 

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