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    The symptoms of spinal stenosis, a narrowing of the spinal canal, vary according to the location. When the vertebrae in the lower back or lumbar region press on nearby nerves, the patient may have pain, numbness or weakness in the legs, buttocks or calves, according to Dr. Stephen R. Garfin in a Mar...
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      Posterior pelvic tilt, while much less common than anterior pelvic tilt, still afflicts many people. With the posterior pelvic tilt, commonly referred to as “flat back,” the hamstrings and glutes are tight, pulling the back of the hips down, while the abdominals are pulling the front of the hips up. The quadriceps, hip flexors and...

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      Posterior pelvic tilt exercises (flat low back as opposed to anterior tilt AKA cheerleader/duck butt)

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