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Some years ago, looking at my series of scans, I could see something was wrong but couldn’t quite explain it. It was like, when I was laid down, the mid-lower part of my neck sort of collapsed backwards, my upper neck seemed to be pushed forwards. This I now know is termed ‘Loss of Lordosis’ – lordosis being the natural ‘C’ shaped curvature of the neck bones.
My head was pushed upwards and sort of rotated frontally, if you get what I mean. I often woke up paralysed, with my chin on my chest. A position I was unable to put my head into before my accident. Wearing the Philadelphia collar and brace during the night, put an end to this and the night-time paralysis (thank goodness – it was horrific!).
I also noticed that my brainstem seemed to be being stretched. It looked like my hind brain (the cerebellum) was being scooped up by the back of my skull and hoiked upwards and forwards towards my brainstem.