What is it?

Anterior pelvic tilt is a postural imbalance that occurs when the front of the pelvis tilts forward, causing the lower back to arch excessively. It is a common condition that can cause a range of symptoms and may contribute to chronic pain and discomfort.

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Signs & symptoms

Symptoms of anterior pelvic tilt can include:

- Low back pain
- Hip pain or tightness
- Knee pain or instability
- Poor posture
- Reduced range of motion in the hips and low back
- Difficulty with functional movements such as squatting or lunging


The diagnosis of anterior pelvic tilt is typically made based on a physical exam and observation of posture and movement patterns. Imaging studies such as X-rays or MRI may also be used to rule out other conditions or injuries that may be contributing to symptoms.


Treatment for anterior pelvic tilt typically involves a combination of stretching and strengthening exercises to address muscle imbalances and improve posture and alignment. This may include exercises to strengthen the glutes, hamstrings, and abdominal muscles, as well as stretches to release tight hip flexors and lower back muscles.

☝️ This is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult with your physician before making any medical decision.

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