Monday, September 8, 2014

Anterior Pelvic Tilt Correction

Anterior Pelvic Tilt is a condition when the lower back is in excessive lordosis. This means that the curve is rather large forcing the tail bone to point back, rather than at an angle down.  There are many cause for Anterior Pelvic Tilt. Some of those have to do with how we walk, how we sit, how we sleep, how we exercise, what we wear on our feet, etc.

Regardless of the cause, the common side effect of the anterior pelvic tilt is back pain. Some people feel the pain at the waist, other around the glute area, while for other the pain can radiate to various point in the leg.
Often minimizing the lower back curve, eases or removes the pain. Some of those are done through chiropractic adjustments and even traction machines. However most of the time, that does not last and the lower back goes into it's previous position causing more pain.

Kinesiological stretching combined with proprietary posture correction technique allow the tight muscles to lengthen, and weak muscle to strengthen. At the same time the body goes through re-education in how it should be positioned. Some people feel better as fast after one or few sessions of using this program.

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