Some research suggests that as many as 85 percent of men and 75 percent of women, who do not show any symptoms, have an anterior pelvic tilt.
Anterior pelvic tilt is caused by excessive sitting or lack of physical activity. It affects posture and the shape of the spine, and may lead to other symptoms.
In cases of anterior pelvic tilt, the pelvis can gradually be returned to a neutral position, using a variety of stretching and strengthening exercises. These exercises include the following: