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Lordosis is in the cervical and the lumbar spine and is viewed from the side. Chiropractors mention this if the curve is too much "hyperlordosis" or it's gone (straightening) or kyphotic (reversed). These problems can lead to abnormal wear and tear (osteo arthritis).

Posted By doc4bax on March 31, 2008 at 13:10:48:

In Reply to: question posted by Karen on March 30, 2008 at 20:16:23:

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