Cervical spinal ligament injury, such as postural issues, excessive looking down at computer/IPAD or phone, incorrect pillow, whiplash injuries, or any other neck injures may contribute to loss of normal cervical posture (lordosis). Weaker, lax ligaments reduce neck (cervical spine) stability resulting in structural abnormalities. Loss of normal cervical lordosis and/or forward head posture can create a cascade of weakened cervical ligaments and discs leading further increase in poor posture
What next steps can be taken in order to improve the curve of the neck when it has straightened or reversed? Denneroll is a device we sell here at Lakeside Chiropractic ($55) that is designed to mirror image the curve. It provides a force that is put into the abnormal curve to correct it. The treatment schedule requires commitment but research studies show that this is a viable means to restore some of the neck curve.
The Denneroll cervical orthotic cushion is designed to be used in the comfort of your own home, or at the office and even taken with you when traveling.
Need to increase your upper back curve and improve neck posture? Have you been told you have loss of upper back curve and lower neck curve, along with forward head posture? Place the Denneroll at your lower neck / upper thoracic region (C7-T2)
Do you have loss of upper back curve and a straightening of mid neck, slight forward head posture? Place the Denneroll under your mid neck (C4-C6)
Do you have normal lower neck curve but straight upper neck? Place the Denneroll under your upper neck (C2-C4)