A Poor Posture Can Be Treated!
Poor posture is affected by prolonged periods of repeated motions or remaining fixed in one particular position. Mechanically, poor posture is the result of a strained balancing act involving your muscles, spine, and nervous system. Due to our ever increasing sedentary lifestyles, poor posture is a widespread problem.
Poor posture is an unnecessary and problematic pattern of physical responses to postural challenges. One of the most prominent negative effects that we tend to see from poor posture is a change in the spinal curve. A more serious outcome of a lifetime of poor posture is vertebral compression fractures. Continue reading “How Poor Posture can Stress the Psoas Muscle and Lead to Back Pain”