Does Lumbar Hyperlordosis (excessive lower back arch) cause back pain?

People have their own ideas on what causes back pain and one thing that gets blamed is your back posture but does Lumbar Hyperlordosis (excessive lower back arch) cause back pain?

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  • Murrie, V. L., et al. “Lumbar lordosis: study of patients with and without low back pain.” Clinical Anatomy: The Official Journal of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists and the British Association of Clinical Anatomists 16.2 (2003): 144-147.

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