Is lumbar lordosis related to LBP in prolonged standing?

Does an increased lumbar lordosis predispose subjects to developing LBP during prolonged standing?

This cross-sectional study examined the link between lumbar lordosis angle and the development of LBP in prolonged standing. They found that the subjects who developed LBP during prolonged standing had significantly larger lumbar lordosis than the subjects who did not develop LBP. Larger lordosis angles were linked to increased pain intensity.


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