What is reversal of cervical lordosis?

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Lateral soft-tissue x-rays of the neck, taken in the maximum possible
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Reversal of the cervical lordosis is a condition in which the neck (when looking from the side) has a forward curve instead of a backward one. Your neck is essentially designed to
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Cervical lordosis is another name for cervical curvature. It is the correct position of the spine in the neck. It is curved to support the head and allows shock absorption at tip
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there are a number of treatments, but they naturally fail because they don't correct the cause which is anterior neck muscle imbalance/elongation from nerve interference produced
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Normal cervical lordosis is when the cervical spine curves inward slightly. A reversal of this is an abnormal curve in the spine. This is called kyphosis. ...
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