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Hyperlordosis of the Neck

It is a deflection of the cervical spine over 40 degrees in which the neck is pushed forward, low set, or shifted to the side. A person with neck hyperlordosis often has dizziness and headaches.

Recommendations After Diagnosis

1. Correct Posture

In the case of a significant cervical bend, bring your shoulder blades closer and straighten your shoulders, stretching your neck so that your ears are in line with your shoulders. This is the correct posture for cervical hyperlordosis.

2. Exercises

  • Chest opening and shoulder turn

Stand up straight and place your hands behind your back. Bring your shoulders back as far as possible for you, and stay in this position for 20-30 seconds. Repeat the exercise three to five times.

  • Bends to the shoulder

Put your hands behind your back and grab your right elbow with your left hand. Stretch your head to your right shoulder while looking up. Return to the starting position and repeat the exercises for the other hand. Repeat three to five times.

  • Turns against the wall

Stand facing the wall, raise your hands to the shoulder level, and lean your hands against the wall. Keep your hands up and try to turn the body to the left, then return to the starting position and turn to the right. The exercise can be performed on a rotating gymnastic disc.

3. Exercise Therapy

If the above exercises can be performed on your own at home, the complex of exercise therapy for neck hyperlordosis is better to be selected together with a physiotherapist. Exercise therapy restores the mobility of the spine and will relieve the feeling of heaviness in the neck and shoulders.

You can find exercise therapy complexes on the internet if you are sure that you can do all the exercises correctly.

4. Massage and Manual Therapy

It is worth trying in order to correct the deflection angle, improve or normalize blood circulation in the brain, reduce pain, strengthen the neck muscles, and restore their flexibility.

5. Swimming

Swimming allows you to engage all muscle groups, including the neck. Moreover, the load is distributed evenly over the whole body, but there is no load on the spine. If you regularly go to the pool, do exercise therapy and undergo a course of massage, the situation with cervical hyperlordosis will definitely improve.

6. Nutrition

It is more related to preventive methods. To prevent your condition from progressing, regularly consume dairy products, fish, meat, eggs, herbs, nuts, and berries.

7. Correct Arrangement of the Workplace

To avoid aggravating the problem, the table and chair should be comfortable. Your computer or laptop should be placed in such a way that the sight is directed straight, and not down or up.

8. Sleeping Place

We recommend sleeping on an orthopedic mattress on a low pillow.


Stay healthy!


Round Back

Poor posture often occurs due to muscle weakness and lack of the habit of keeping your back straight. In the case of round back, there is a decrease in lumbar lordosis with a simultaneous increase in thoracic kyphosis.

Recommendations After Diagnosis


There is always a slight bulge in the thoracic region called kyphosis. However, if the kyphosis becomes significant, it transforms in the round back as people refer to as a “hump”. We hasten to reassure you that round back is more a habit of being in an uncomfortable position. And it is easier to work with a habit than with a disease. Read the guidelines to help you.

1. Keep your back straight

An upright posture is the main thing to keep in mind. To remember to keep your back straight, set a reminder on your phone or special applications. You can also use our ATLANT device for this purpose.

2. Do Pilates

Pilates is effective for any degree of round back. However, it is important to know that the more significant the stoop, the more time it takes to cope with it. The combination of static and dynamic load has beneficial effects on the body:

  • Nutrition of the intervertebral discs improves
  • Nutrition of the spinal cartilage is activated
  • Pilates engages the deepest muscles
  • Muscle frame is formed
  • Correct posture is formed by controlling and maintaining the balance of the body


3. Exercise and Stretch

You can do exercises on your own at home to strengthen the abdominal and back muscles as well as stretching. Doing regular stretching exercises for your chest, shoulders, back, and hips can help you get the spine upright and break the habit of rounding your shoulders.

4. Watch your weight

If you are overweight, the load on the spine increases. If the excess weight is small (5-10 kg), this is not a problem. In other cases, the weight needs to be gradually returned to normal.

5. Take breaks from work to warm up

Don’t sit in one place all day. Take breaks at your convenience. For example, 5 minutes per hour or 10 minutes for two hours. At lunchtime, it is better to walk for at least half an hour. If you can’t get out, you can warm up your shoulders and do a couple of simple exercises right at the work table (body turns, shoulder blades reduction, etc.).

6. Pay attention to how you sleep

The posture you’re used to sleeping in also affects your posture. To reduce the load on the spine, it is better to sleep on your side with a small pillow between your shins. The pillow should not be high.

Straighten your back right now and be healthy!


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