How Pelvic Tilt can Influence Lower Back Pain

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www.erichammertherapy.ca – Toronto (Annex Area – Bloor and Spadina) Registered Physiotherapist Eric Hammer talks about the importance of pelvic position in relation to lower back pain.

There are 2 pelvic positions which can increase lower back pain: posterior and anterior pelvic tilts can influence the position of the lower back and increase tension on the paraspinal muscles of the lumbar spine. These different pelvic positions are a result of specific muscle imbalances.

These muscles imbalances can be influenced through specific exercises, which can bring the pelvis and lower back into a neutral position. By bringing the pelvis into a neutral position, the lower back is supported in an optimal way and this can lead to a reduction in back pain.


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