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I have been having difficulty walking upright lately and went for a MRI which showed loss of lumbar lordosis due to muscle spasm; and also 'T2 hyperintense annular tear in both the L5-S1'. What do i do? ...

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a strange sense of vertigo . Now my x XXXXXXX report of my neck says - loss of normal cervical lordosis due to muscle spasm. Please let me know the seriousness of this and possible cure. I would be thnakful to you. ...

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Hello doctor What is the solution for Cervical Lordosis s/o. paraspinal Muscle Spasm as seen in my husband's report exactly mean ? ...

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lordosis at c5/c6. Normal cord signal. No paravertebral edematous changes. no abnormal enhancement ... and muscle spasm. 3. Degenerative disc and joint disease most prominent from C5 through C7. Thyere is also ...

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Hi I have a neck spasm while doing some neck exercise in gym. I have been suffering from almost 2 ... the blood tests, sugar tests as normal and a cervical exray report says that loss of cervical lordosis seen ...

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hi i am am suffering from lower back pain in my x-ray report doctor mentioned that disc space between LV5-S1 is slightly reduced along with straightening of the lumber lordosis due to muscle spasm i ...

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Dr Matthew, what can be use to treat the loss of normal lumbar lordosis due to muscle spasm occurring secondary to pain. Also what can be done to early osteophyte formations on the endplates of the 3 ...

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Hi Recently I have slipped down and got hurt on my right portion of my back and neck. X-ray reports says - Loss of Cervical Lordosis and Muscle Spasgm has been observed. Currently am under Physiotheraphy ...

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and upper back. Recently got an x-ray done and it stated loss of normal lordosis is seen and this could be due to muscle spasm . What does loss of normal lordosis mean , what are the causes and effects ...

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lordosis and concluded by the presence of features of muscle spasms. Now, I need to kwon if the mentioned ...

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Hi doctor from last 10 days I am suffering from neck pain doctor did x ray my report said tht loss of cervical lordosis due to muscle spasm he gave arcoxi a with omez bcoz I have severe acid problem also I am ...

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Hi I was wondering if you could give me some information on loss of normal cervical lordosis, most commonly due to muscular spasm with a minor reduction in disc height C4/5 nad C5/C6 but with ...

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lordosis , suggesting back muscle spasm 2-Narrowed L4/L5 and to a lesser extent to L3/L4 disc spaces 3-Mild ...

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: Loss of cervical lordosis --para spinal muscle spasm Spp0ndylotic changes of C4, C5 & C6 vertebrae ...

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Couple of months ago I was experienced tingling in left plam and head I did X ray of cervical and discovered cervical lordosis due to muscular spasm I was also facing whistles like voice in my ears ...

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doctor1 MD

the back is normallly curved (lumbar = back; curved upward = lordosis). If the muscles spaz up and clinch, then you double over and the curve goes away. Ouch sorry Muscle relaxants and/or NSAIDS and/or warm shower or massage or chiropracty are helpful for this common condition

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Hi, Loss of lumbar lordosis might be due to muscle spasm. Doing regular back exercises will be helpful to relieve the spasm. Let me know if you have any more concern.

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it means the neck has gone straight and then started to curve towards the back, instead of the front.Kyphosis is the term used to describe a type of abnormal curve in the spine.A kyphotic spinal deformity means there is too much forward curve in the spine. Lordosis is the inward curvature of a portion of the lumbar column. I suggest fiziotherapy and to see a ortopedist.