Does reverse cervical spine cause leg pain and numbness?

Varies. The term "reverse cervical spine" as you put is an incomplete statement. What we often see is a reversal of the normal cervical lordosis and that describes an x-ray finding in which the neck is straightened.Somewhat. Either neck or back problems are among the multiple potential causes of numbness in the legs. An MRI can be useful to further evaluate. Thank you.

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Can a cervical spine reverse curvature cause pain/numbness/tingling in my left limbs?

Cervical spine. Normal cervical spine has a forward curvature (lordosis). Reversal of cervical lordosis usually means cervical muscle spasm. It may lead to pain with the muscle spasm. The other symptoms described are the result of the underlying problem which also causes the reversal of curvature such as cervical spondylosis or slipped discs. Read more...