Spondilolisthesis is a condition where the upper lumbar vertebra is displaced anteriorly (forward) on the vertebrae one level below. There are 3 grades of anterior slippage of the vertebral body: Grade 1 (low level), Grade 2 (moderate level) and Grade 3 (severe level). It is usually common in persons who are exposed to repetitive hyperextension and rotation training such as: figure skating, dancing and gymnastics. Physiotherapy intervention is beneficial by prescribing an exercise program targeting the deep pelvic floor-segmental muscles and education about activity modification.