Many researchers advocate the use of some form of lumbar support when sitting to maintain the lumbar lordosis and prevent low back problems.
This increases the lumbar lordosis, which is the sway in the lower back.
Using radiography, they found an average lumbar lordosis of 46.8 degrees with the lumbar support.
F.B. on a Bambach Saddle Seat, her lumbar spine in its natural lordosis.
lumbar lordosis, which is the sway in the lower back.