Just to give you some idea:
1. moderate foraminal stenosis at the age of 30 is not a good thing, coz degeneration is a continuous progress, severity of stenosis will gradually worsen.
2. Cervical kyphosis may be reversed to 'a degree', but it won't be siginficant, coz as a grown up adult, length and tension of all the connecting muscles and ligaments are relatively fixed.
3. again, tingling in hands may or may not be neck related, it needs to be assessed to see whether it matches dermatome mapping.
4. If you have already seen different physio for second opinion and that provided you no relief, then the next step will be cortisone injection +/- pain control by stronger medication, and if that fails too, then depending on surgeon's assessment, you may be offered a choice for operation.
Your issue is getting more specific and it will be inappropriate to give more specific advice without proper assessment. Healthcare isn't black and white, same conditions on different people would have different response to same treatment. Hope you will get better soon, best of luck