So … what’s wrong? Did you spot the problem and see neck degeneration in these pictures?
#1. This X-Ray shows a normal neck curve. It’s not perfect (no one is), but it’s very close to normal.
#2. See how the curve of the neck is reversed? This is an X-Ray of a 15-year-old. She’s headed for trouble if she doesn’t get it fixed!
#3. The neck curve is reversed here, too. Even worse, see how the dark spaces between the vertebra are crunched down? That’s degeneration and damage, and most of it is irreversible. This X-Ray is of a 40-year-old … someone who should have fixed his problem decades ago.
The moral of the story? Catch problems when they are still small and correctable.