How do you fix a slightly 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.
Is there supposed to be a curve in your back?
Your spine has natural curves that form an S-shape. Viewed from the side, the cervical and lumbar spines have a lordotic, or a slight inward curve, and the thoracic spine has a kyphotic, or gentle outward curve.
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.
How should you sleep if you have scoliosis?
In terms of sleeping position, the best position for someone with scoliosis is to sleep flat on their back. The use of pillows to fill the gaps between the back and the mattress help to keep the spine in a straight and neutral position.
What causes a curved lower spine?
Poor posture is one of the most common causes of hyperlordosis. When the body is in a seated position, muscles in the lumbar region can tighten too much as they try to stabilize and support the spinal column. This gradually pulls the spine out of alignment, causing increased curving of the spine.
Should your spine be perfectly straight?
It may sound strange, but the reality is that you really don’t want your lumbar spine to be perfectly straight. It’s supposed to be curved. When the lumbar spine loses its curvature, it causes chronic pain, as well as difficulty standing and performing everyday tasks.