Cervical lordosis - Definition


Cervical lordosis is an anterior cervical physiological curvature of the spine in the neck. It is a natural posture, lumbar lordosis in the same direction, and kyphosis which is a backward curve. When the curve is too extreme, it is called cervical lordosis. It can cause neck pain or headaches.
Published by Jeff. Latest update on December 11, 2013 at 04:58 AM by Jeff.
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