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  1. photo He Wanted To Die From Pain: And Then He Met the Chiropractor Who Changed His Life He Wanted To Die From Pain: And Then He Met the Chiropractor Who Changed His LifeHe Wanted To Die From Pain: And Then He Met the Chiropractor Who Changed His Life He Wanted To Die From Pain: And Then He Met the Chiropractor Who Changed His LifeTreatment
    others believed it to be impossible. Namely, this boy struggled with Kyphosis, an extreme curvature of the middle part of the spine. The pain caused by Kyphosis is extremely bad, so the boy was evenRead more
  2. photo The Dangers of Sitting For Too Long (Infographic)The Dangers of Sitting For Too Long (Infographic)Treatment
    on a computer for eight or more hours every day. This problem especially affects children younger than 18 years old, who begin to develop severe spinal deformities like kyphosis and scoliosis. Unfortunately, 5Read more
  3. photo Say Goodbye to Neck and Shoulder Pain With One Simple ExerciseSay Goodbye to Neck and Shoulder Pain With One Simple ExerciseTreatment
    . The end result is that you walk around like a caveman and unsurprisingly experience pain in the affected areas. This is known as kyphosis in extreme cases. The Movement The exercise then is simplyRead more
  4. photo Holistic solutions for physical painHolistic solutions for physical painNews
    surgeon who specializes in complex spinal surgery. He performs operations for scoliosis, kyphosis and spondylolisthesis in adults and children. He also deals with fractures, infections, tumors and patientsRead more
  5. photo Surgeon speaks out: The underlying cause of chronic painSurgeon speaks out: The underlying cause of chronic painNews
    + solutions - Sun. Jun. 1David A. Hanscom, M.D. is an orthopedic spine surgeon who specializes in complex spinal surgery. He performs operations for scoliosis, kyphosis, and spondylolisthesis in adultsRead more

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Kyphosis

Disease

Kyphosis (from Greek κυφός kyphos, a hump) refers to the normal convex curvature of the spine as it occurs in the thoracic and sacral regions. Inward concave curving of the cervical and lumbar regions of the spine is called lordosis. The term kyphosis can also be used to describe excessive kyphosis or overcurvature when it is also known as hyperkyphosis. Kyphosis can be called roundback or...More