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Hyperlordosis
I am having back pain since a couple of months but i was diagnosed with hyperlordosis a few years back. I go to the gym, lift heavy weights, i am a certified trainer and there is nothing wrong with the form and technique. Can the anterior pelvic tilt be reversed ? If yes what are the exercises and stretches ? I can't stop going to the gyn and just cannot stop lifting weights. So please consider the facts and reply. Thank you
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Dr. Laxman G. Jonwal
Consultant Physician 29 yrs exp Mumbai
Hello There, *This is a Chronic Degenerative diseases. * May cause damage to Spine and permanent Deformity. *Avoid heavy weight lifting or stop completely for some time. *You can lift small weight in lay down position. Probable causes of Lordosis may be:- 1) Muscles Spasms 2) Chronic muscles injury 3) Over Exertion 4) Aggravated Dosha - Vat Dosha 5) Osteoporosis 6) Exposure of body to cold Air 7) Constipation 8) Acidity-Gas and Gastritis 9) Chronic infection 10) Chronic illness 11) Allergy 12) Poor Immunity 13) Unhealthy Lifestyle 14) Unhealthy food habits *Correct diagnosis and accordingly proper Comprehensive management is needed. *Dr Jonwals NAP Therapy Medicines treatment is ultimate solution for Chronic Degenerative diseases. *Dr Jonwals NAP Therapy Medicines treatment treats Disease along with its root causes simultaneously and successfully. *Dr Jonwals NAP Therapy Medicines treatment prevents further complications and damage successfully. *Read our patients feedback reviews on Justdial-Sulekha and Practo. *Consult Privately online-Telephone-Video OR Visit personally for proper management. *For appointments call my Assistant Mr Raju on -Nine Three Two Three Nine Three Nine Seven Zero Three.
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