hyperlordotic

hy·per·lor·dot·ic

(hī'pĕr-lōr-dot'ik)
Having a pathologically exaggerated lordotic curve of the lumbar spine; colloquial term is "swayback."

hy·per·lor·dot·ic

(hī'pĕr-lōr-dot'ik)
Having a pathologically exaggerated lordotic curve of the lumbar spine; colloquial term is "swayback."
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Timberline MPF Lateral Fixation System: A powerful lateral fusion solution featuring a three-blade radiolucent retractor, standard and hyperlordotic spacers and modular plate/screw fixation options.
found that, in standing position, level of activities of pelvic floor muscles resting position was higher in hypolordotic posture compared to natural and hyperlordotic posture [29], In both sexes, sacrum's posterior rotation leads to increased tension in pelvic floor muscles [30], Nguyen et al.
Conventional ALIF implants offer only 8 degrees to 15 degrees of lordosis, but the implants developed for the ALIF ACR procedure offer 20 degree and 30 degree hyperlordotic footprints, potentially improving sagittal balance restoration capabilities.
The hyperlordotic implants developed for the ALIF ACR procedure are the Company's latest innovative advancement in an effort to improve sagittal plane deformity correction.
For the lumbar curvature, values between 20[degrees] and 40[degrees] were considered neutral, values below 20[degrees] were considered hypolordotic, and values above 40[degrees] were considered hyperlordotic (Tuziin et al.
This mechanical advantage should take into consideration the erector spinae length-tension relationships, which would indicate that retraining in hyperlordotic postures might not be appropriate.
The importance of spinal posture is well appreciated: schools perform scoliosis screenings each year for children, a hyperlordotic lumbar spinal curve (swayback) is recognized as a possible cause of facet syndrome and low back pain, and spinal subluxations (joint dysfunction) are often blamed for pinched nerves.
The investigators have reported that trunk stiffness (1) does not appear to change with a warm-up activity before exercise [26], (2) decreases during early phases of repetitive lifting but then rebounds toward baseline levels [27], (3) increases after a period of prolonged static positioning in men [26,29], and (4) tends to be greater in people who typically assume a hyperlordotic lumbar spine alignment [28].
The three different fixation alignments were in situ fixation, hyperlordotic fixation, and hypolordotic fixation.
An imbalance in the alignment can result in a hyperlordotic (hyperextended or very much hollowed) lumbar spine, a factor in a majority of dance-related injuries.
found that, in standing position, level of activities of pelvic floor muscles resting position was higher in hypolordotic posture compared to natural and hyperlordotic posture [26], In both sexes, sacrum's posterior rotation leads to increased tension in pelvic floor muscles [27].
In stage 1, the exercise focus was to improve posture: hyperlordotic participants learned to use their abdominal and gluteal muscles more effectively and lengthen their hip flexors.