Impact of Isometric Contraction of Anterior Cervical Muscles
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Proper cervical curves in the sagittal plane have been shown to be an important clinical outcome of health. Recent surgical and non-surgical studies have emphasized that patients with less cervical lordosis have statistically significant increases in neck, upper thoracic, and shoulder pain, as well as overall inferior health outcomes . As cervical lordosis decreases from normal, so to does this increase the risks of continuous abnormal stress and strain loads on the vertebrae and intervertebral discs (IVD) resulting in bone remodeling, arthritis,and IVD and ligament damage; tensile stresses in the nervous system resulting in various neuromusculoskeletal conditions; and stress and strain variations of vascular tissue resulting in ischemia, reduced perfusion of the spinal cord and surrounding tissues, and nerve conduction failure .This study investigates the impact of isometric contraction of anterior cervical muscles on cervical lordosis

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