What Is A Lumbar Lordosis?
Lumbar lordosis is a common postural position where the natural curve of the lumbar region of the back is slightly or dramatically accentuated. The most obvious signs of lumbar hyperlordosis are a lower back pain in dancing and pedestrian activities as well as having the appearance of a swayed back.
A major feature of lumbar lordosis is a forward pelvic tilt, resulting in the pelvis resting on top of the thighs. Precise diagnosis of lordosis is done by looking at a complete medical history, physical examination and other tests of the patient.