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Old 12-04-2006, 04:52 AM   #11
Chris Lowndes
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Default Pronounced Lordotic Arch

[QUOTE=Yael Grauer;1353]Does anybody know what to do for the opposite problem? My friend who does massage told me that I have an overpronounced lordotic arch. I think he said that this is why my hips are so tight and my lower back is tight leading to upper back and neck pain,QUOTE]

Hello Yael,

Maybe if you look at this another way, you have a pronounced lordotic arch because you have tight muscles?

There are other methods to allow them to release other than stretching and invoking the stretch reflex. Whether it be through methods such as positional release or somatic methods. If you need any info let me know.

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Chris
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