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Spine Deformations


The structure of the discs between the vertebrae occurs over time. The hardening and shortened discs move towards the spinal canal. This causes narrowing of the spinal canal with calcification. As a result, thickening of joints, bones and bonds in the spine leads to pressure of nerves. This contraction in the channel is defined as the canal narrowing of the town when the lumbar is in the spinal canal. Early diagnosis and treatment is very important in narrow channel disease.



Lordosis is a condition with an extreme curvature of the spine. The spine has naturally folds to support the weight of the head and absorb shock strokes in the neck, back and waist. Lordose is formed when the natural curve in the lumbar region is above normal. This causes excessive pressure in the spine and causes pain.

Due to the scoliosis, shifts in the hip, rib cage and shovel bones are also caused by the spine, and posture and image disorder occurs. In children of developmental age, this leads to abnormal loading in the developing and growing spine and consequently deforms in the vertebrae.

People with lordosis usually have a visible curve in the waist. From the side of them, the waist makes a certain C shape. In addition, people with lordosis appear to be taking their stomachs and hips out.
The easiest way to control the lordosis is to lie on a hard surface. You should be able to slide your hand under your waist tightly. If you have lordosis, there will be an extra space between your hand and your waist.


Any organ or structure belonging to the body is overflowing from the anatomical boundaries that must be normal. Factors such as the lack of age or other reasons, faulty movements, genetic predisposition and posture disorders, and waist and neck hernias occur. In addition to hernia waist and neck pain, it can cause pain from neck to cola or waist to the leg with nerve compression.


It is a condition that occurs as a result of pressure on the nerves and spinal cord, extending to the arm area by changing the cartilage between the neck vertebrae towards the spinal canal.



It is a condition that occurs by pressure on the nerves and spinal cord as a result of the clicker, which is located among the spine, extends from displacement into the loss spinal canal due to excessive coercion.

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