The cervical spine (neck) has a natural curve, the lordotic curvature, that allows for even weight distribution and shock-absorbing properties. Straightening of the lordotic curvature means that this natural curve has been lost, and the cervical spine has become straighter.
straightened lumber lordotic curvature with subtle scoliotic list to the left side
Lordosis is the normal curvature of the cervical spine. A normal lordosis is not expected to cause any symptoms.Lordosis is a curve in which the anterior (or front) of the spine has a convex curvature, and the posterior spine (or back) has a concave curvature. Measurements made from radiographic studies (x-rays) may demonstrated abnormalities of a normal cervical lordosis, such as: hypolordosis (a reduction in the normal curve), hyperlordosis (an increase in the normal curve, or cervical kyphosis (a reversal of the normal curve).The lumbar spine also has a lordotic curve.
The cervical lordosis is the curve in the neck (cervical spine). When there is straightening of the cervical lordosis, this can occur from posture or a herniated disc in the area.
The cervical lordotic curve.
Cervical scoliosis is referring to a curvature in your neck
No, the cervical curvature is considered the secondary curvature, the primary curvatures are the thoracic and sacral curvatures. The lumbar curvature is also considered the Secondary Secondary curvature (yes that's two secondarys, as in the second secondary)
The cervical lordotic curve.
Straightening of the lordosis is when the spine does not have it's normal slight curvature. The straightening is usually caused by muscle spasms or pain.
The cervical curvature is the most superior spinal curvature.
the cervical curvature is most superior
LOSS OF NORMAL CURVATURE OF SPINE (LOSS OF DORSAL KYPHOSIS) IS CALLED straightening of the thoracic spine
refering to neck
There are essentially 3 curves in the human spine: 1. Cervical lordotic curve 2. Thoracic kyphotic curve 3. Lumbar lordotic curve In summary the human spine has 2 lordotic curves and 1 kyphotic curve. If you are looking at a person sideways with their face facing towards your left, the lordotic curve is concave and the kyphotic curve is convex.
a slight curvature of the spine near the neck
Scoliosis is curvature of the spine, either cervical, thoracic and lumbar
straightening of cervical lordosis is due to muscular spam in many cases. Patients should use a small, thin pillow under their head during sleep so that it can be cured. Physiotherapy of neck can also help you.
I'm no expert but I recently had a neck xray and C5-6 in that case referred to the joint between the fifth and sixth vertebrae from the top of the spine. Bulging disc means the disc that sits between those two vertebrae has come out of place in some way. Minimal compression I'm not totally sure so I wont answer. Loss of lordotic curvature means that rather than retaining the natural curve of the spine, it has become straighter in that area. This condition is Cervical Kyphosis.
spninal cord staight- mean loss normal curvature spine which affect movement spine
Muscle spasm usually straightens the natural curve in the cervical lordis. Massage, physical therapy, and acupuncture are potential treatments for this condition.
cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and sacral curvature.