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What are the symptoms of kyphosis?
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Dr. Siranush Cholakian
Holistic Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Back pains
You can help it by: 1) walk on your tip toes your hands joint together trying to "reach" the ceiling and you gaze up to the ceiling.
2) put a book on your head and walk with it 3)yoga- yes- all kinds of stretching 4)breathing exercises-slow, deep, alone as a daily routine and of cause as part of yoga and all other exercises above or any others that you like and find helpful.

In brief: Back pains
You can help it by: 1) walk on your tip toes your hands joint together trying to "reach" the ceiling and you gaze up to the ceiling.
2) put a book on your head and walk with it 3)yoga- yes- all kinds of stretching 4)breathing exercises-slow, deep, alone as a daily routine and of cause as part of yoga and all other exercises above or any others that you like and find helpful.
Dr. Siranush Cholakian
Dr. Siranush Cholakian
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Dr. Jonathan Hyde
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Deformity
The symptoms are mainly due to the forward balance deformity.
That may include pain, weakness, pulmonary issues, and also a feeling of abdominal bloating. In severe cases, the rib cage may contact the pelvis causing pain. There may also be a sensation of a forward imbalance when walking. Low back pain may also occur.

In brief: Deformity
The symptoms are mainly due to the forward balance deformity.
That may include pain, weakness, pulmonary issues, and also a feeling of abdominal bloating. In severe cases, the rib cage may contact the pelvis causing pain. There may also be a sensation of a forward imbalance when walking. Low back pain may also occur.
Dr. Jonathan Hyde
Dr. Jonathan Hyde
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Dr. Mark Weston
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
In brief: See nelow
Severe deformities present with thoracic or lumbar back ache or tiredness mild cases have no symptoms stiffness is associated with some kyphosing conditions ankylosing spondylitis.

In brief: See nelow
Severe deformities present with thoracic or lumbar back ache or tiredness mild cases have no symptoms stiffness is associated with some kyphosing conditions ankylosing spondylitis.
Dr. Mark Weston
Dr. Mark Weston
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Dr. Larry Armstrong
Neurosurgery
In brief: Kyphosis
Pain is the typical symptom associated with kyphosis.
There may be no symptoms at all, but kyphosis is usually associated with pain. See your family md for a thorough workup.

In brief: Kyphosis
Pain is the typical symptom associated with kyphosis.
There may be no symptoms at all, but kyphosis is usually associated with pain. See your family md for a thorough workup.
Dr. Larry Armstrong
Dr. Larry Armstrong
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