Cervical Kyphosis

What is Cervical Kyphosis?

bad-postureKyphosis is a condition wherein the upper back and neck are curved forward abnormally far. It is characteristic of a spinal curvature of over fifty degrees, commonly known as a hunchback or humpback.

People struggling with kyphosis will commonly experience some of the following symptoms:

  • A rounded appearance in the shoulders, and a jutting chin.
  • A burning or aching feeling in the upper spine.
  • Pain that gets worse over time during extended periods of standing or sitting, and fades with bodily movement.
  • Muscle weakness, a loss of sensation, or a loss of bowel control.
  • Chest pains, shortness of breath, and cardiac problems.

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The Benefits of Treating Kyphosis with Chiropractic Care

posture-wrong-correctKyphosis is caused by an imbalance in the muscles of your upper back and neck. Some key muscles may be too weak, too tight, or too stretched out.

A chiropractor can address these problems by pinpointing your problem muscles and fostering strength and functionality.

Your treatment may include massage, adjustments, and a regimen of stretches or strengthening exercises.

Compared to other forms of treatment available to kyphosis patients, chiropractic care offers numerous benefits. These benefits include the following:

  • Chiropractic treatments do not generally come with any harsh medications or invasive surgeries. As such, potential side-effects are minimal, and less common.
  • Compared to surgical solutions, chiropractic treatments are highly affordable.
  • Chiropracty can be safely practiced on many people who might be ineligible for surgery and medication, including children and the elderly.