Could a curved spine lead to neck ache?

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. .

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Could a curved spine cause neck ache?

Yes, but. Most neck pain is the result of degenerative changes in the neck. The most common cause is spondylolysis of the cervical spine (intervertebral disk degeneration) or it could be muscle strain from a minor injury. A complete history and physical examination by your doctor should help you get to the bottom of it. Read more...

I have a lump exactly over the bone that sticks out a bit at top of spine/bottom of neck. It is soft and moveable. I get neck ache sometimes. Plz help?

GET LOOKED AT! Unfortunately online diagnosis is pretty useless for these situations, because there is no way anyone can tell you what this is without looking at you and making a thorough diagnosis. This may include imaging and further testing. Please go get looked at as soon as possible, it would be very beneficial to you to get examined as soon as possible, you will be glad knowing and not guessing! Read more...
Cyst or lipoma. Could be a fluid filled cyst or even a fat filled lipoma. Usually these are benign, however see your physician if you are worried about this. Read more...