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Lordosis in backbone

I realise that i am suffering from lordosis ......i.e the inward curve in the lower part of backbone
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Dr. Raviraj Francis Mumbai | Physiotherapist
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Hello there,

A normal lordosis(lower back) ie the S shape curve is a God given anatomical feature of lower back.... problem arises only when this lordosis increases or decreases in size ...an increase lordosis will strain & stretch your back muscles which will give rise to back pain..and a decreased lordosis will give you spasm of back muscle wher twisting and turning movements are affected.....if you have any of these symptoms then please do a lateral view X-ray of lumbar spine.
If you dont have any symptoms ...then just relax you dont have any problem.

Regards & take care.

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Lordosis is the lower part (lumbar) of spine is normal What exactly is your problem in this regard Please specify here or in private consultation area
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Dr. Dhiraj Gurgaon | Clinical Physiotherapist
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Lordosis is no suffering and is not a disease infact it's normal to have lordosis,just like having a thumb or toe or ear or any body part.It is just name of curve some have less some have little more.
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