What is lumbar lordosis?
Lumbar Lordosis is the inner curve of the lumbar spine in the lower back. Low levels of
Lordosis (internal transmission) are common.
Common Lordososis of the lumbar (lower back) is not painful but if the person’s condition
appears to be swayback (internal curve), they may experience back pain.
What are the signs and symptoms of lumbar lordosis:-
- Signs and symptoms of lumbar Lordosis (Lordotic spine) can include:
- The appearance of misalignment or abnormal texture on the lower spine.
- Having a large gap or arch in the middle of the back and a lower area where it lies behind
- Discomfort and back pain
- Difficulty moving certain directions.
- lumber vertebrae
- hip dips
Some people may have nerve problems (low-level meditation, poor bladder control,
weakness, pain, and current shocks like pain).
What are the common causes of lumbar lordosis in pregnant women, children and in
Lordosis often makes boots look prominent. Children with hyperlordosis will have more
space under the lower back if they sleep on the face hard.
Some children have marked Lordososis, however, it is more common to correct them as the
child grows older. This is called benign juvenile Lordosis.