swayback


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swayback

[′swā‚bak]
(medicine)
Increased lumbar lordosis with compensatory increased thoracic kyphosis.
(veterinary medicine)
Sinking of the back, or lordosis.
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In clinical practice, the author has observed a high frequency of military patients with hip or back pain who present with swayback posture, most of whom were not aware of the postural fault.
Start in your idea of neutral, move into a tuck, return to neutral, then arch into swayback.
Crumbs at the center of the swayback mattress and coffee stains on the sausage pillow.
Poor growth / unthriftiness, anaemia, temporary infertility, bone defects / fractures / lameness, hair changes, diarrhoea, low milk yield and in sheep swayback is usually the main feature.
In addition, weak stomach muscles can contribute to a swayback, which in turn can trigger muscle spasms.
center and loose pearls in the swayback of darkness until I
Swayback posture creates an exaggerated curve between the pelvis and ribs that stresses the lower back.
When it comes to walking, they look awkward; and many have swaybacks, poor alignment, and little or no musicality.