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Posture Screen and Rehab - June 6, 2018 11:15:35 PM   
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Here is a good article that we put together for general postural analysis and therapy. Click here:
http://www.cardioflextherapy.com/blog/fix-your-posture-to-improve-your-strength/

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RE: Posture Screen and Rehab - June 8, 2018 9:45:46 PM   
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"anterior pelvic tilt" also better known as normal lumbar lordosis, which, if any attempt were made to reduce or "fix", this entirely beneficial anatomical feature, would result in ongoing misdirected negative association and catastrophising , without benefit.
Leave the lordosis alone, or teach those with back pain to use it , keep it while sitting and forget the negative imagery that goes with any descriptors.

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RE: Posture Screen and Rehab - September 27, 2018 12:21:17 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: ginger

"anterior pelvic tilt" also better known as normal lumbar lordosis, which, if any attempt were made to reduce or "fix", this entirely beneficial anatomical feature, would result in ongoing misdirected negative association and catastrophising , without benefit.
Leave the lordosis alone, or teach those with back pain to use it , keep it while sitting and forget the negative imagery that goes with any descriptors.


Anterior pelvic tilt refers to a physical orientation of the pelvis. Lumbar lordosis refers to a physical orientation of the lumbar spine. These are separate descriptors and not always associated.

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