I have Lordosis of back spine, need second opinion?

Loss of lordosis of back spine

I have this problem since last 10 years but I don’t aware of it but last 15 days I have very bad back pain so visit doctor and he took x-ray and the x-ray show that I have loss of lordosis problem.
AND physiotherapist TELL ME THAT IT WILL NEVER RESTORE NATURAL CURVE OF SPINE. I have to live rest of my life with lordosis problem. So I want to know that is it possible to restore the natural curve of my spine. Or it will never get back to its original posture.

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Ahmed Fawzy
12:04 am

I am physical therapist and your lumber lordosis can be fixed and restored, main idea is to restore pelvic tilt to a posterior tilt position , this can be achieved by stretching back muscles , testis femoris and iliopsoas muscles , strengthening abdominal and hamstrings , also if your physical therapist can achieve normal ankle dorsi flexion 5 to 10 degree then his treatment can be permanent protection from recurrence
Good Luck

Dr.Honey Arora
8:20 am

Thanks for the query..

Lordosis can be very well improved and posture can be restored with the help of physiotherapy and exercises like hip flexor stretch, lower back stretch,twisting crunch, abdominal crunch, bridge etc can be helpful..
But you should get it done by an expert Physiotherapist under supervision of your Doctor..

Hope this helps..

Masr Fawzy
11:15 am

That’s totally a wrong information.

However it depends on its degree

Consult another physiotherapist , use a backbrace I believe can help you as well,

If you have done MRI , please upload to help you better

Ayman Darrag
12:45 pm

Upon my experience a lot of patients with hyper lordosis can get fixed and achieve good results just by regaining posterior pelvic tilt by stretching lower back ,iliopsoas muscles ,hamstring muscles ,and strengthening of abdominal muscles.
See a good physiotherapist.