I've been thinking about my scoliosis and neck problems recently, and I figured I'd ask this side of the community for some advice. A hospital nurse told me I had a very straight neck a month ago but it wasn't until I was looking through my old facebook photos that I noticed I seemed to have had "more" of a neck about 5 years ago. I don't know whether that's because my neck has gotten thicker (maybe due to TMJ?), shrunk (I have scoliosis in the base-mid of my neck), or if my head has been pushed forwards. I think it has; if I bring my head in line with my shoulders my jawline becomes almost almost completely engulfed by my neck. I'm not a fat person at all, so that surprises me. I don't know when this started, but if I think about it I've noticed it for the past year or so. People haven't noticed it, maybe because I change study place a lot and make new friends quickly, and my long hair covers the "hunch".
What can I do to try and reverse this? I know almost nothing about a lack of lordosis. Some sites suggest everyone can get it by playing too many computer games hunched over, is this true? With my scoliosis I've fought not to be blamed for my condition, but what about lordosis?
I'm going to try to get a full X ray done, but I don't know if a specialist will bother: almost all of my scoliosis pain/problems happens from the collarbones up (i.e, I have bad TMJ/bruxism and my head is also tilted).