How can I fix my straight lumbar lordosis?

Ur Normal. Lumbar spine always normally has a lordosis (the type of curve your spine has). Nothing you can do about it. However if your spine is straight without a lordosis, you need to work on core exercises and yoga positions that allow you to improve the natural curve you need.

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Loss of lumbar lordosis solutions?

PT. If it's functional then exercises with therapy may improve posture. A true structural kyphosis/loss of lordosis is only fixed with surgery. Read more...

What are the symptoms of lumbar lordosis?

Usually none. Lumbar lordosis is the normal sway of the back when looking from the side. It is not something that is painful unless it is exaggerated too much or too little which alters the natural balance of the spine and can lead to muscular pain &/or facet joint pain. Read more...

I'm starting to think I have lumbar lordosis. What should I do?

Lumbar lordosis. Lumbar lordosis is part of the normal curvature of the lower spine - if you think the curve is increasing then an orthopedic or neurosurgical consultation might be helpful. Read more...

Could a rear-end accident cause loss of lumbar lordosis?

Yes. While it can cause it from a few things that are more serious and would be causing excessive pain, the main cause of this is from muscle spasms between vertebral structures. As those muscles spasm, they tighten, pulling the lumbar vertebra tight and decreasing the curvature. Discuss with your physician the right type of therapy or intervention for you personally. Read more...

I have lumbar lordosis is there any hope? Mike neal

Sway back. Perhaps you've heard of sway back when the lower back area has an increased curve. If you are having problems with your back, see your family md for evaluation and possible treatment. Read more...
Work on Core. Lumbar lordosis is the natural "sway" of the lower back. In some cases patients may have exagerated lumbar lordosis or excessive "sway back". This is also called pelvic crossed syndrome. This is a normal posture for many people, but can be improved with a few exercises: 1)stretching of the hip flexors and lower back muscles and 2) strengthening the gluteal muscles and abdomial muscles. Read more...

Hi doctors, was just wondering what is exaggerated lumbar lordosis?

Exagerated lordosis. Is increased curvature, normally in cervical or lumbar regions of spine. The change in angle change in the vertebrae can lead to loss of strength of structures, increased arthritis and chance of nerve irritation. Generally, lumbar lordosis stems from abdominal weakness and often obesity as well as it changes your abdominal center of gravity forwarded, causing lumbar spine to shift with it. Read more...