Severe reverse cervial curve?

I went to the Chiropractor for a sharp stabbing pain in my upper right arm, that could not be explained by soft tissue. After X-Rays determined my humerus had no injury, it was discovered that I have a severe reverse cervical curve. My neck literally looks like a backwards C. The chiropractor said it is one of the worst he has seen.

I have some all over muscular symptoms, where it feels as if there is a "tickling" sensation within my muscle tissue, as well as the arm pain, and sometimes stumbling. Could these symptoms be associated with a severe reverse cervical curve?

Posted By Christina on July 30, 2010 at 14:53:22:

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