posterior pelvic tilting
-To strengthen the lower abdominal muscles. It also has a positive mechanical effect on lower back problems.
-Lie on your back with both your knees bent so that they are flat on the bed.
- Rotate your pelvis posteriorly so that your spine gets flat on the bed.
-Return slowly to the starting position.
-Do not do the exercises unless advised by your doctor.
-Repetitions of each exercise depend on your tolerance and condition, usually between 30-50 times.
-If you feel any pain while doing the exercises stop and ask your doctor.