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... child, physical examination , and diagnostic tests. Lordosis refers to an abnormal bending of the spine. In lordosis , the curve of the spine arches
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... Tilt With your feet flat on the floor, tilt your pelvis forward so your lower back rounds, and then tip your pelvis backward so your lower back arches
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... arm muscle weakness . The shoulder blades ( scapula e) and other bones may become porous - on an x-ray they may look "moth-eaten." The foot arches
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... tendon s of a joint , often with rupture of the tissue s but without dislocation . Sprain s occur most often in your ankles, knees or the arches
of your feet. Sprain ed ligament s swell rapidly and are painful. Generally the greater the pain , the more severe the injury . Sprain s ...
... . It is also possible to fracture the outside foot bones in this type of injury . Sprains occur most often in your ankles, knees or the arches
of your feet. Sprain ed ligament s swell rapidly and are painful. Generally the greater the pain , the more severe the injury . Sprains are ...