A humpback neck, medically referred to as cervical kyphosis or cervical lordosis, is a condition where the cervical spine (neck region) exhibits an abnormal curvature. This can result from factors like poor posture, degenerative changes in the spine, trauma, or congenital abnormalities. Symptoms may include neck pain, stiffness, limited neck mobility, headaches, and tingling sensations in the arms or hands. Treatment options range from posture correction and physical therapy to surgical intervention in severe cases. Early diagnosis and proper management are key to addressing a humpback neck effectively.