1) Kyphosis Kyphosis is an abnormal condition of the vertebral column in which the outward curvature of the vertebral column is abnormally exaggerated giving the hunching appearance of the back. There may be many causes of kyphosis of spinal column some of which are described as following: One of the commonly occurring causes of kyphosis is the fracture of .
Flat back condition is a disorder of vertebral column in which the lower part of the vertebral column loses some part of its normal anatomical curve. In this condition, front to back imbalance in the vertebral column takes place which is also known as a sagittal imbalance. Normally, the vertebral column has three curves. The lower (lumbar) region of .