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Do you, like 85% and 75% of males and females, respectively, have a natural arch in your lower back that resembles that of a duck?
Then to some extent you have Anterior Pelvic Tilt, where “your pelvis is tilted forward to a greater degree than what is deemed normal”.
Is it something to be worried about? Will it affect athletic performance? Is there anything that can be done to ‘correct’ it?
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