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Reversed cervical lordosis

Stac001SStac001 Posts: 2
edited 07/23/2015 - 11:21 PM in Chronic Pain
Reverse cervical lordosis
Hi I've had really bad neck pain and migraines for the last 3 and a half years, I had a CT scan on Tuesday the 21st of July this year and have just found out that I have reversal of the cervical lordosis so my spinal curve is going the opposite direction my doctor told me that he knows very little about it so I'm left with the idk answer like how to fix it what is it from ect I feel lost I have also been diagnosed with eagle syndrome and I also have 2 cervical ribs located on my C7 can anyone give me any information on what I should do or anything would be greatly helpful and appreciated

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