People walk around with some very unique postures. We see it every day. But are certain postures 'bad' for you? Are they the cause of neck or back pain? Take a look at this post and see what the research has to say. Included is some commentary on applying this research to a clinical environment.Read More
Postural training is an integral part of any comprehensive plan of care. Poor posture can have the consequence of affecting things such as muscle force production, diaphragmatic excursion, and even one's emotional state.
Here are some of the more common types of poor posture seen in the every day population as well as some stretching and strengthening exercises that can be used to address each of them.Read More