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I had an MRI done of the cervical spine and other than some mild DDD and 2 small disc herniations nothing is jumping out… The surgeon I saw does in fact believe this is the source and by going slice by slice of my MRI pinpointing areas of concern… Which approach is least invasive in your opinion? And which one is easiest/quickest to recover from? (Forgot to ask these when I was there). Also, do you ever review MRI’s and can maybe provide input? I had standing and supine images and the surgeon make note that the curvature was not reduced when changing from standing to supine and even with PT and extension exercises there is no change in the kyphosis…. If it has been over a year what are the chances of this getting better? Do I need to do anything about it? Or can this resolve? (Including the neuro issues)