Postural Correction

Are you starting to notice rounded shoulders with your neck protruding forward? Do you sit at your desk at 9 A.M. then stand up at 5 P.M. and feel like your back resembles a question mark?

Slouching all day in an office chair forces your chest muscles to tighten,

which pulls your spine forward and rotates your shoulders inward, while at the same time weakening the muscles of your upper back that aid in posture.

In other words, you start looking like a hunchback and may experience pain in your neck, lower back, and even arms and legs.

The good news is that Postural Kyphosis, is reversible with time and effort and corrective exercises.

Relieving chest tightness and strengthen your back muscles to help you look more like superman and less like a hunchback is the protocol for this condition.

Chest stretches, variations on rows and rear shoulder movements will all aid in pulling those shoulders and spine back into position.