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Doctor insights on: Forward Neck Posture Correction

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Can forward head posture cause cervical kyphosis?

Can forward head posture cause cervical kyphosis?

It could!: When poor posture is not corrected, it could lead to this forward curvature!,, is this occurring to a male or a female? Old, do they have osteoporosis? More details are needed, ...Read more

Posture (Definition)

Posture is the position of your body, or ...Read more


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Any back brace to correct hunched posture?

Possibly`: I will sometimes use a corrective brace if there is no chance of improvement in improving posture with muscle strengthening program. It is not the best way to go in most cases as it only weakens the muscles more but will use it as a last resort. ...Read more

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Can forward head posture be cured?

Can forward head posture be cured?

Yes.: It's basically a habit, and with any habit, training can change it into a new one. ...Read more

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Well a spinal fusion fix my swayback posture?

Well a spinal fusion fix my swayback posture?

Potentially: When the spine is being fused it can be repositioned into a more normal position. Sometimes with large deformities the spine position can only be changed so much without compromising neurological function. Talk to your spine surgeon about the specifics of your case. ...Read more

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Will a spinal fusion fix my swayback posture?

Will a spinal fusion fix my swayback posture?

If the purpose of : The surgery is to address a spinal deformity, the goal is to obtain what is known as a balanced spine such that the head is centered over the pelvis/hips from a front & side view. So it should be addressed by the surgery if this is part of your spinal deformity. You can ask your surgeon about the goals of your surgery. ...Read more

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Could the loss of cervical lordosis (forward head posture) lead to hands pain?

Could the loss of cervical lordosis (forward head posture) lead to hands pain?

Not the actual : Loss of the cervical lordosis but what may be causing your neck to be held in that position may also be causing the symptoms your are noting in your hands. ...Read more

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Will hunching or slouching cause neck pain?

Will hunching or slouching cause neck pain?

Yes/No: Without a history of trauma, neck and shoulder pain can be caused by poor posture, a bad disc in the spine, or an irritated nerve in the neck. Try placing a lumbar support behind your lower back when sitting to help straighten your shoulders. ...Read more

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Can chiropractors treat kyphosis or put natural curve back into neck?

Can chiropractors treat kyphosis or put natural curve back into neck?

Claims: Claim are out there that they do - but I have not seen a true structural kyphosis improve with twisting and "adjustments". I often see patients who have been diagnosed with horrific sounding spine problems (and treated for them) by chiropractors and on careful exam and xray workup there is nothing at all wrong with them. Go see a trained spine specialist. Chances are your spine is all right. ...Read more

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I need neck exercises to fix neck pain from slouching?

I need neck exercises to fix neck pain from slouching?

Lumbar support: You may also want to try adding a good lumbar support to your chair. This will cause your pelvis to rotate forward and shoulders to move back providing a proper posture and decreasing neck pain. ...Read more

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How to straighten my hunched neck posture and look taller?

How to straighten my hunched neck posture and look taller?

See your doctor: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more

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How to correct my hunched posture from sitting at computer?

How to correct my hunched posture from sitting at computer?

Proper Positioning: Adjust you seat and screen height so that the top of the screen is at eye level. Change the screen resolution so that you can see clearly from 2 feet away. Use corrective lenses if needed. Check out http://www.Osha.Gov/sltc/etools/computerworkstations/index.Html. ...Read more

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Painful tight muscles from reverse lordosis of cervical spine?

Neck spasm: Significant muscle spasms usually will cause reversed lordosis of the neck spine. You will need an evaluation from a rehabilitation medicine specialist and probably undergo physical therapy also. ...Read more

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Suggested sleeping posture to reduce neck pain?

Suggested sleeping posture to reduce neck pain?

In general w the: Absence of specific health concerns, sleeping on the back may be optimal. Sleeping on your back can aid the head ; spine to maintain a neutral position. If you sleep on your back a puffy pillow which provides support but doesn’t put your neck at too much of an angle is recommended. Sleeping on the side can also be a good sleep position to avoid neck pain. If you sleep on your side use of a thick. ...Read more

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Lower back and neck exercises needed for slumping over keyboard?

Lower back and neck exercises needed for slumping over keyboard?

Have a Ball!: Use the cobra stretch to relieve back strain. Extend your arms while laying on your stomach. Rest your weight on your arms and let your low back relax and stretch. Also, get your neck out of your shoulders (turtle head out of the shell). Also, try sitting on a ball while working at computer.This will force you to use good posture. ...Read more

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Could laser surgery for scoliosis correct the spine curve?

Could laser surgery for scoliosis correct the spine curve?

No: Laser surgery has some great benefits for specific populations, but it will not change scoliosis. It might be able to ease some pain if you are having it, but will not correct the curvature. ...Read more

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Do posture correctors or lumbar braces work for back pain?

Do posture correctors or lumbar braces work for back pain?

Not usually: The correct treatment for your back pain depends on the proper diagnosis as to what is causing your back pain. It can be muscular, a facet joint or alignment issue, SI joint issue, disc problem, arthritis, connective tissue disorder and others. A proper evaluation with appropriate imaging should help identify the cause and direct your provider to a proper course of treatment. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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Can a chiropractor treat kyphosis or put natural curve back into neck?

Can a chiropractor treat kyphosis or put natural curve back into neck?

A chiropractor may : Be able to help treat the causes of the change of the beck's natural curvature if it is related to muscular issues by relieving those symptoms but if due to underlying degeneration or spinal stenosis then unlikely. ...Read more