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Anterior Pelvic Tilt
Osteopath: Anterior pelvic tilt (counternutation) can be associated with sciatica, low back and/or pelvic pain, joint hypermobility syndrome (jhs) ;, in my opinion, #fibromyalgia, ibs, pmd, ic, endometriosis, ; rarely pots. If congenital look to jhs as causal. If from childbirths ;/or mechanical injury suspect sacroiliac joint ligament injury with decreased tethering strength. Osteopath can usually discern. ...Read more
See an osteopath: See a good osteopathic physician or chiropractor if one is not available. They will adjust you and show you exercises that can help. ...Read more
Pelvic tilt: Pelvic tilt is a consequence and the problem causing it needs to be identified and treated. The nature of the problem will tell you whether it is correctable or not. ...Read more
Would correcting my anterior pelvic tilt help me to regain some lost height? If so, approx how much?
In worst case, how long can it take for an anterior pelvic tilt to be corrected, and having proper posture?
3 m, 4 h, 5 1/2min: Medicine isn't that precise.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possibly: As you move the pelvis you undoubtedly move the lumbar spine. If there is already degeneration in the spine then it is possible that the pelvic tilt could result in accentuating the nerve irritation. In order to get a better sense i would recommend seeing a spine specialist or physiatrist or even perhaps an osteopathic physician to address this issue. ...Read more
Can having anterior pelvic tilt, or at least a bad posture since a young age affect your future height/stunt your growth?
Unlikely: But correct your posture and muscle tone. ...Read more
NOTHING! !!!!: A chiro can not move bones anywhere. Save Ur money! ...Read more
Can a really bad back sprain at the L3 L4 and L5 that doesn't heal correctly cause an anterior pelvic tilt?
If your leg adductors are so extremely tight and trigger with trigger points would that cause your pelvic to be pulled into an anterior pelvic tilt?
Should not: trigger points should not activate the muscles ...Read more
Can the fact that your psoas muscle is tight be the simple reason why you have an anterior pelvic tilt? Yes or no?
Muscle tightness: Yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
My glutes and legs are trained from playing basketball. I however seem to have an anterior pelvic tilt. Would my psoas need to be stretched?
Psoas Stretch: The iliopsoas muscle starts up in the low back and pelvis and attaches into the femur. The tighter it becomes, the more anterior pelvic tilt occurs. Finding out how to check if it is tight and then do appropriate stretches 3 times per day is important. I attached a good video for you. Dr rich blake http://youtu.Be/bht4192tklc. ...Read more
Can extremely tight chronic TfL muscle cause anterior pelvic tilt weak glutesand internally rotated legs?
No: No, I do not think they are related ...Read more
Yes!: Anterior pelvic tilt may sound like some horrible bone disease, but it's actually a fairly common problem with posture. In fact, according to some fitness people and gym teachers, it may even be the most common postural deviation. Check this out! http://inhumanexperiment.Blogspot.Com/2009/11/5-simple-exercises-for-correcting.Html?M=1. ...Read more
GetOffYerButtAndMove: Try standing (Duh).An exam of alignment with a physical therapist,chiropractor or osteopathic doctor is in order.There are exercises for this and also various sitting devices but really,there's a lot of evidence against sitting for more than two hours at a stretch.I always get up frequently and stretch then walk a little, and stand a lot at the computer when possible.Google 'problems with sitting' ...Read more
JIA: Juvenile idiopathic arthritis generally involves peripheral joints if it involves the spine or pelvis.it should be distinguished from Enthesitis-related arthritis or Ankylosing spondylitis your child should have HLAB27 done and be closely monitored and treated by a good rheumatologist ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer