Will physical therapy help a reverse curvature in a cervical spine?

It depends... The cervical spine can appear more straight on x-ray if a patient is having neck pain. This is caused by muscle spasms and how a patient might hold their neck when in pain. Physical therapy can help this by relieving the neck pain. However, if a patient has a reverse curvature of their spine from abnormalities in their cervical discs or bones, this will not be corrected by physical therapy.
Yes. Physical therapy can help to reverse the curvature of your cervical spine. After the initial evulation the therapist will be able to determine your rehab program. It may take some time to reverse the curve so be patient.

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Can physical therapy help a reverse curvature in my cervical spine?

Curvature of neck. . Yes if it is not a "fixed" deformity. Physical therapy is directed a posture principles and range of motion improvement of your neck and shoulders. These areas are intimately related. Read more...
Probably not. But it an help with the symptoms you may be having as a result of this. Cervical traction and physical therapy can help with the neck pain along with nerve root impingement in many cases before surgery is needed. Read more...

What kind of physical therapy should I do for cervical spine nerve damage?

Careful. Careful motion and strengthening, gentle cervical traction. Read more...
What kind/level? First see a rehab doctor or neurologist to be sure physical therapy won't be dangerous. If it isn't serious you are likely to need strengthening of any affected muscles with neck and arm range of motion. Cervical traction is useful for some disc ruptures. Again see the doctor first. You might have something that could cause paraplegia or a tumor or a disc needing surgery or epidural injections. Read more...