Waist

The waist is located in the center of the body. It generates powerful movements and controls balance.

The waist is responsible for bending, flipping, and twisting. It consists of five stacked bones of lumbar spine and pelvis.
The waist supports the upper body while also accepting the impact transmitted from the lower body. It is particularly vulnerable to sports.

Anatomy of Waist

Function and anatomy of the lower back Function and anatomy of the lower back

Sports Injury of Waist