A hump behind your shoulders, sometimes called a buffalo hump or a dorsocervical fat pad, is a buildup of fat behind and slightly below your neck. It is one sign of lipodystrophy, which is the medical term for a problem with how your body makes, uses, and stores fat. A hump by itself doesn't always need to be treated, but it could be a sign of a serious underlying medical issue.
A hump behind your shoulders is usually caused by a condition or medication that affects your hormones, mostly the cortisone tablets which will be taken for a long period of time.
If the hump is causing deformites of the chest, pain in the arms, postdural conditions but mostly the patients they come to me claim about aesthetic conditions. In such cases I can perform a liposuction with or without fat melting (Vaser) and liposuction. Huge Humps may need a surgical resection of the excess skin.
Complications are rare and it will not come again if there is no de
Formity of he cervical vertebras.