The cervical curve is a single C-shaped curve at the top of the spine that plays a critical role in supporting our head and neck, providing balance and stability to the upper body. Without it, we would suffer from pain, fatigue, and even disability. At SoCal Spinal Decompression Center, Lee Chiropractic, Inc., we understand the significance of this curve, and our Los Angeles treatment center strives to offer care to promote its health.
This critical cervical curve is formed by a series of vertebrae in the neck called the cervical vertebrae. There are seven vertebrae in this section of the spine, known as C1-C7. Out of these seven, C2 and C7 have the most critical role in forming the curve. The vertebrae work together to support our head and neck, allowing us to move freely without strain or discomfort.
The cervical curve helps maintain balance and stability in the upper body, but when this curve becomes weakened or misaligned, it can lead to pain and other symptoms. Common causes of cervical pain include poor posture, lack of exercise, and degenerative spinal conditions.
At SoCal Spinal Decompression Center, Lee Chiropractic, Inc., we use a state-of-the-art decompression table to treat the cervical curve. This table gently stretches and relaxes the spine, allowing the vertebrae to realign into their natural position. The result is increased support for the head and neck, as well as improved balance and stability. A decompression consultation can help you determine if this treatment is right for you.
In addition to a decompression consultation, we also offer other types of cervical pain treatment, such as chiropractic care, massage therapy, or acupuncture. We tailor our treatments to meet the individual needs of each patient and create a comprehensive plan for improving your health.
At SoCal Spinal Decompression Center, Lee Chiropractic, Inc., we are dedicated to providing the best possible treatment for our patients. Our team of chiropractors in Los Angeles has extensive experience in helping to restore balance and stability to the cervical curve. To learn more about what we can do for you, contact our chiropractic center today.
1625 W Olympic Blvd # M103
Los Angeles, CA 90015