Posture and Pain

Have you ever linked posture with pain?  For example, does your back or neck hurt after a long drive?  Do yousuffer frequent headaches?  Do you have rotator cuff problems or frequent tendonitis?  Do you have tennis elbow even though you don’t play tennis?  All of the above problems can be caused or aggravated by poor posture.

Although there are many causes of poor posture, by far the most common causes we see are:

a) poor habits
b) poor physical condition and
c) poor ergonomics.

The problem with bad posture is that over time, a person can become “stuck” in that position. If not corrected, you can get a permanent “hump” in your upper back. Continue here!

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