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HELP - Reversal of Cervical Lordosis - 12 yr old kid
I haven't been around as much. For some reason I can't get to the site from home - only from work.
Anyway I need help and fast. My 12 year old daughter was in the car with me in the accident. She had some knee pain after but seemed fine. Now 8 months later her jaw and neck started hurting. Now it seems to go down her arm also. Pain comes and goes.
Ortho says it's a cervical sprain - that her neck is straightened. She's doing PT with not much result. Had an MRI last week. Result is good except for "Reversal of cervical lordosis" at c5-6. Says vertebral bodies are in approximate anatomic alignment.
I've heard loss of cervical lordosis but not reversal. Is that the same thing? She's seeing a neurologist on Wednesday. Just wish I could learn more before the appointment.
Thanks - I know I can count on someone here having some answers.