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An MRI results has shown that my 11 year old has a slight inversion

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An MRI results has shown that my 11 year old has a slight inversion of the normal lordosis. From c3-c7 there is minimal bulging of the discs slightly indenting the thecal sac. She has a riding accident 10 months ago and her pain is intense on 3 days a week at least. Other days she can bear it! She has physio which made the pain much worse. The rest of her back looked normal. Would you recommend physio again!
Yes indeed.
This needs to be corrected now, or in 5 to 10 years it can become a real disc problem.
I would take this child to a non invasive orthopedist for the correct physio recommendations.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

So I assume the pain is due to?

Pain in the neck, head, or arms can be due to this.
Intervention is important at this time.
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