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  1. Verne Kelley

    What about pregnant or obese people with a protruding abdomen?

  2. Heather Wood

    Your videos saved my life. This is the type of educational video people need in their life!!
    I’ve had the worst back pain for the last 5 years. And then I watched this video (or one like it from you two wonderful people.)
    And I have been pain free for an entire month.
    I have been conscious of my pelvic tilt everyday since watching this video; constantly focusing on which way it’s tilting and finding that middle ground. I jam that anterior pelvic title A LOT; who knew???
    Like what can I give u guys????
    THANK YOU. From the deepest parts of my heart and soul and LIFE: THANK YOU.
    I have relieved all that horrible pressure and constantly try to maintain my neutral pelvis and I am so so grateful.

  3. Jean Bean

    I got a stand-up desk to help my back pain and sciatica. I find that I'm always doing the sway back stance. I correct myself, but soon I'm back int he sway back position. I'll have to remember to unlock my knees, one foot more forward and slightly lean forward. Wish me luck.

  4. TheAltruismActivist

    What about people who actually have anterior pelvic tilt and experience low back tightness? What muscles would you recommend stretching, and which would you recommend strengthening?

  5. pushpendra raj

    One of best physiotherapist.. Thanks for a ton of information!!!!

  6. Zuzana Bielcikova

    great video 🙂 btw anterior pelvic tilt give pain as well. i had really weak core and hyper flexible back since childhood and 12+ years of office work messed my back pretty well. i started to stregthen my core carrfully and with correct exercise and it slowly went away.

  7. Lucie Taylor

    I agree with you Bob, my lower back pain was to do with my mid back – I had an advanced double scoliosis with anterior pelvic tilt. I had the surgery….now I have a posterior pelvic tilt & I’m leaning forward 😩

  8. Julia

    Mine is most definitely anterior pelvic tilt from prolonged sitting but I've never attributed any back pain to it at all. The pain I experience is more hip-related because of the shortened flexors. Would like to see some less aggressive alternatives for stretching hip flexors and strengthening glutes as I'm not really able to do many of the stretches for APT you've had in past videos.

  9. cierrablue

    Bob that is spot on!

  10. Eunice wong

    So true!

  11. trade0714

    I watched the whole video and I STILL DON'T KNOW what is the correct way to stand erect in their opinion. A better explanation please?

  12. acorn sucks

    Skip the first 1:15.

  13. Hakuna Matata

    Good points. But what about POP? (Pelvic organ prolapse). What does that look like posture-wise and what can you tell us about it? Does the incorrect posture cause/contribute to hypotension in the pelvic musculature or is it the other way around?

  14. A Lovely Life With Luna

    I have a mild anterior pelvic tilt, but also i naturally have a sway back. Needless to say I have a lot of chronic lower lumbar and sacral pain. I got up and did this posture and my pain was immediately gone. Now, to figure out how to stay in good posture!

  15. wreckoningday

    I fully agree with this. I tried things to fix APT and came to the conclusion I dont even have it. I have poor posture and sway back which has caused inflammation in my mid back, weakened my low back and rounded my shoulders forward. Great video. Thanks

  16. Jo Harker

    Two decades of leaning against tables in a factory, pushing and pulling and lifting. Yep, this posture does cause part of my pain.

    Thank you for making this video

  17. Bevin Allison

    Actually I see that all the time in dressage riders. That fake anterior tilt and they just grind their horses backs down like that. Can't imagin its comfortable and it certainly is not correct riding posture. Great topic! Thank u!

  18. Sarah W

    Look up Leslie Howard who teaches not to tuck your pelvis/tailbone under when stand/sit/exercise – it’s a common bad practice that leads to pain also. Maybe you could do a video with her!

  19. Sarah W

    This is great! Another helpful video

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  21. Nipun Luthra

    I have anterior pelvic tilt and scoliosis also
    Please help me to correct my posture!

  22. John Bull

    I "have" an anterior tilt too and discovered what brad said also, I lock my knees and lean back. Hard to fix.

  23. This Is My UzeHerName

    I click like before I even watch the video.

  24. Fred

    To walk down stairs safely, I use a posterior pelvic tilt. The idea is to rotate the pelvis by pushing the pubic bone forward and the hips backward. This shifts the center of gravity back directly over the feet.
    I started doing this around age 80.

  25. Marie-Danielle O'Reilly

    What ever position I take, it will hurt me because I had car accident, ski accident and by watching your videos I realized that I am able to find a right position which take some pains away. I will always follow you guys, I don’t think you realize the help you give me. 🇨🇭🇨🇭🇨🇭

  26. Umber & Sable

    I have this, bad. I've been to a few different people, telling them it's what I have but was told otherwise. Now it's gotten worse. My rib cage is not in alignment. Anything I do to reverse it, hurts more than just letting it be worse. I just dislike how I was dismissed and or told I don't know what I'm talking about when they aren't dealing with a rib cage that has shifted this much.

    And a shoulder that has followed. Trying to pop this shoulder back up and out is the most difficult thing ever. My collarbone is no longer pronounced on my right side. I don't even want to look for another PT because I'm afraid I'm going to be told that I'm wrong and get no real help. It wasn't like this 4 years ago. It took a couple of years to get to this point, I know it can be reversed. I'm tired of wasting my time and money.

  27. koruthegod

    Why, yes

  28. Crazy Cuts

    Bob and Brad are the best online physical therapists in my opinion.

  29. T Kat

    You pointed out Bob's bottle job… Why, Brad, why, WHY???!!!

  30. Cathy Key

    Do you have anything on Sciatica & plantar fasciitis exercises?

  31. the lord

    i’m glad you guys clarified it but as another comment says it’s hard to keep this position, are there workouts to improve those muscles? or do we just have to consciously fix our posture? also how long does it take

  32. 皇廷水晶宮

    Starts @ 1:10

  33. rotarydial000

    How about those of us who lean forward on our ankles. Like… the opposite of away back, where my whole body leans forward and my knees almost bend backward.

  34. Michel Hernandez

    You guys are very funny 😆 😂😂😂

  35. jaiizwaii89

    I have that my ass sticks out.

  36. gaurav nare

    I disagree,

  37. Smile Smile

    0:37 😂😜😁

  38. Anglena Waller

    Yes, I have to agree, I have a pelvic tilt (had that all my life) but that's not the issue, it's definitely sway back…I know I need to strengthen my core instead of slouching over or under.

  39. Kris Clark

    These guys gave me the info to heal my back pain. It took me about a month to get almost back to normal. Hopefully one more month and i will be back and better than ever.

  40. Dinahsoar

    I have what Bob said, the sway back thing and it does cause some mid back discomfort as well as low back pain that can extend to the legs.I correct my posture and can feel the difference immediately; but it's hard to stay in that correct posture.

  41. versatec1

    Why do i wake up in the morning with right hand side butt muscle pain that (Thank God)) dissapears as if nothing was a problem 5 mins after walking about? Its really baffling❤

  42. Julie Marvin

    I have had 2 surgeries on my L4 L5 S1 I had an Acadia Facet put in my back for a yr. It slipped so they took it out and fused it. I am now having pain in between my shoulder blades and all across in that area. I stand with my knees bent now. I didn't even realize it also I am having issues with my legs and with balance. I appreciate you two. Thank you.

  43. Jackie Bohannon

    I have this Thank you Now i know thank you again Bob Brad 😜

  44. Moe Moe

    “Bob and Brad the two most awesome physical therapists on the internet! “ 😀

  45. superduperjoi

    Is sitting criss cross apple sauce or "Indian style" bad for your hips?

  46. superduperjoi

    💃"Bob and Brad the Two most famous Physical Therapists on the Internet"🕺

  47. LoveToRead3

    I was so excited to see the title but u didn't address it at all. U said (basically), "if you think you have it you're probably wrong.". Well, my chiropractor just told me I DO have it & what he did helped, so I'm inclined to believe him. I've had that pain going on about 15 yrs & that's the first I've heard of it. I was really looking forward to your advice. Any chance u can make another video with actual helpful advice? Thx!

  48. Dennis Tesdell

    Good video. I hope I can find a demo of how the anterior pelvic tilt device works. Assumed you would show that. 🙁 Sorry, but I cannot find the anterior pelvic tilt device linked or on your Amazon products page. Help?

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