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Neck Curvature Reverse
Neck Pain: The straightened curvature in your neck on X-ray is a sign of pain and muscle spasm. You may be helped with a soft neck collar to relieve some of the spasm, muscle relaxants and pain medications like ibuprofen. Physical therapy also would be appropriate. Work with your doctor and your X-ray soon will be normal again. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have a neck problem for 1 yrs ir one doc said its artheritis and curvature off spine it seems to make my right side off neck swell so bad num?
Herniated disc: You are relatively young for severe arthritis although possible. Sounds like you have a herniated cervical disc. If causing persistant pain and numbness you probably need to seek the attention of an ortho doc or pain management specialist. If only having pain and no weakness might be worth trying an injection and therapy. If you have weakness with a large disc u may require surgery. Good luck. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have calcium growth on my C5 & poor curvature in my neck. I love to read but it causes my neck to ache. How should I position myself for reading?
The doctor said I have curvature of the spine and a large fat pad on my neck/upper back area. Its extremely painful.. Is this curable?
A Bend In The Road: Hard to say without more details (e.g. how severe the curvature) but there are many non-surgical approaches/therapies to try to at least make some improvements and feel better. Talk to your doctor about forms of physical therapy and conditioning and discuss the exact nature and severity of your spine and what options you have. Get a consult with a physiatrist and keep a positive proactive attitude ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
What can bring about early degenerative changes in my cervical spine? Serious neck pain and straight cervical curvature with herniated disks
Can muscle spasm in upper back/neck cause a temporary spinal curvature? Will the curve straighten out once the spasm stop?
Yes: Hi Charles That is a great question. Depending on the degree of the musculoskeletal spasm, there certainly can be a curvature that develops. There are many ways to alleviate a spasm. Some alleviators are rest, stretches, heat, anti-inflammatory medication, and muscle relaxant medication. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Mri of my neck shows straightening of the curvature after having muscle spasms and nerve injury. I have headaches everyday. Does this cause it?
Could be trigger: Sounds like a chronic cervical strain which might contribute to headaches, but the neck MRI might reflect nearby pathology at the thoracic outlet which could also trigger headaches. Best to get this fully assessed and perhaps get physical therapy or see an osteopathic specialist. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have 2 curvatures on my spine and several injuries on my tailbone and varicose veins on my left leg. I'm in pain from neck to ankles, why ?
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