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Treating Patient with Cervical Lordosis

Patient a girl age 7 suffering of headaches and bronchial Asthma and missing cervical lordosis. After 3 weeks at the Children`s State Hospital, Moscow, the girl showed a normal cervical lordosis, headaches and bronchial asthma gone.


Between these 2 MRI images she had daily 3 x 40 minutes treatments on to Detensor therapy mat 18% for a 3 weeks.


Understanding Your Spine: Cervical Lordosis

Cervical lordosis is a natural, or pathological, bend of the spine with the reversal of its bulge in the cervical anterior. Cervical lordosis, as a physiological curve, is for every person. As for pathological lordosis, it will be located in the same place, but its degree of bend will be different.

The pathology develops against the backdrop of inflammatory processes of the spinal column, with contractures, congenital malformations, against the presence of neoplasms, etc. The main manifestations of the disease are neck pain and problems with posture. With regard to treatment, it can be both operational and conservative.