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Straightening of Lumbar Lordosis?

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When someone has lordosis in the lumbar, their lower back has an unnatural curve, and is often described as being swaybacked. The back looks like it is arching, like when someone is starting to do a back bend. It occurs because the bones in the lower spine are different thicknesses in the front and back, causing the unnatural curve. In order to attempt straightening of lumbar lordosis, it is important to strengthen the muscles attached to the thighs, the hip extensors and hip flexors.
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