What Is Swayback Posture and Is It the Source of Your Low Back Pain?
Bicycling Magazine speaks to experts including Joel M. Press, MD, physiatrist-in-chief at HSS about swayback posture.
Naturally, we all have an S-shaped curve in our spine to help us dissipate forces as we move, walk, and complete activities like cycling said Dr. Press. But swayback posture which some experts refer to as lordosis, implies an increased arch in the low back, which can sometimes up your risk of low back pain, Dr. Press explained.
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