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Is Reverse Lordosis Always A Reason For Surgery?

Is Reverse Lordosis Always A Reason For Surgery?

posted November 13
A MyChronicPainTeam Member

No. Surgeons think it is but people who do Postural Therapy will give you exercises to solve the issue but it takes lots of time for the muscles to change their ways.

posted November 22

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