What are the Indicators for
Anterior Vertebrae Syndrome?
There are four key indicators for Anterior Vertebrae Syndrome. These indicators tend not to be related to age or genetics. They include:
- A marked difference between standing upright and your relaxed slump.
- Abnormal alignment of structural landmarks (examples of this include your head being
too far in front of your body, rounded shoulders, an unlevel pelvis,
a protruded abdomen, pronated foot arches etc).
- Uneven balance on either standing or sitting stability tests.
- The presence of structural shifts or compressed discs on x-rays analysis.