Why is my spine suddenly curved?
Spinal alignment and curvature can be altered in many ways. They can occur as a result of a birth defect, a child’s growth, aging, injury, or previous spine surgery. The most common type of spinal deformity in adults is degenerative scoliosis.
How do I know if my spine is not straight?
Possible signs that your spine is out of alignment include:
- chronic headaches.
- lower back pain.
- neck pain.
- knee pain.
- hip pain.
- frequent illnesses.
- excessive fatigue.
- numbness or tingling in the hands or feet.
Can you straighten a curved spine?
Through X-rays or objective measures, practitioners have to monitor the response of the spine to ensure the curvature is actively being reduced. While it could be possible to straighten a spine naturally without surgery, it would take an integrative approach designed and monitored by a specialist.
How do you fix a curved spine?
Surgery to correct severe spine curvature and congenital kyphosis. Exercises and physical therapy to increase muscle strength.
Treatment for lordosis may include:
- Medication to relieve pain and swelling.
- Exercise and physical therapy to increase muscle strength and flexibility.
- Wearing a back brace.
- Weight loss.
What does a compressed spine feel like?
These are common symptoms: Pain and stiffness in the neck, back, or lower back. Burning pain that spreads to the arms, buttocks, or down into the legs (sciatica) Numbness, cramping, or weakness in the arms, hands, or legs.