Problems with the herniated Degenerative disc prolapse are widespread and very painful for those affected. This is not surprising, given that the load on the discs can be up to 800 kg when lifting a weight of only 10 kg.
It is, therefore, all the more important that this load be evenly distributed over the surface of the Degenerative disc prolapse. However, this is not so with an atlas-conditioned pelvic level: here the whole weight acts only on a part of the discs. If there is also a pronounced lordosis, the condition of the intervertebral disc also deteriorates.
Causes of Degenerative disc prolapse
If the pelvis has an oblique position, the weight cannot spread to the entire surface of the intervertebral disks but acts only on parts thereof. The situation worsens when a pronounced lordosis is present in the lumbar spine. The stressed intervertebral disc area is extremely small in this case and the consequences can be easily imagined: as time goes by, those sites where weight is most concentrated are the basis for the development of a herniated Degenerative disc prolapse.