What Can I Do for My Neck Curve?

People are now aware that their posture can change the alignment of the neck. The question is what you do for it. If you have a straight neck – or what is called text neck or military neck – then there must be a solution to fix this. These are the steps I do to help people with bad posture that causes the neck to lose its normal alignment.

Check posture

If your ear is in front of your shoulder, then that means that your neck will be shifted forward too. This can be due to rounder shoulders, hunched upper back, postural kyphosis (rounding of the mid back), and anterior head shift.

Take X-rays

This is the only way to see the alignment of your neck. Using proper X-ray analysis, you can see if your neck is shifted forward, straight, reversed in curvature, injured due to car wrecks/traumas/sports injuries/falls, etc.

Take X-ray with corrective procedure

Using a cervical Denneroll, which is a block used to get curve in the neck, you can see exactly where to place this block to get the proper curve in your neck and fix text neck/military neck.

Use the cervical Denneroll at home

Using this every day has been shown to get curve in the neck. Not only that, using it for 36 times over 3 months can even make your neck curve permanently change and not return to the bad alignment.

Having neck curve has been shown to help with people that have:

    •    Neck pain

    •    Herniated disc in neck

    •    Arm pain

    •    Headaches/Migraines

    •    Decreased blood flow to the brain

    •    Dizziness

    •    Poor balance

    •    Numbness in hands

    •    Shoulder pain

    •    Upper back pain

    •    Low back pain

The best method for analysis and correction of the neck (cervical spine) is Chiropractic Biophysics. This technique has been shown repeatedly to correct the neck curve in patients and improve the health of individuals that have decreased neck curve.

References:

https://bmcmusculoskeletdisord.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12891-018-2317-y

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27575013

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31001596