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Posture Correction

Posture Correction.The Most Common Posture Problems.


Posture Correction must start from understanding the basics. In this section of the site, you will learn to recognize and identify what the most common posture issues look like. You will also learn which muscle groups need to be strengthened and which muscle groups needs to be stretched or lengthened to avoid, or correct current posture issues.

A little education about your own body combined with a higher level of consciousness can really go a long way. Avoiding bad posture and pain can be very simple. It is as simple as learning to pick your child up with your legs and core instead of your back. It’s doing a few simple stretches throughout the day to loosen your muscles and increase blood flow. It’s standing and sitting correctly. It’s using a Bluetooth instead of holding your phone to your head. Small and simple adjustments go farther than you could imagine. Take the time to understand your body and they way you move better, there needs to be a desire to improve in order to move forward.

Bad Posture comes incorrect movement and and unbalanced muscular system.  Synergistic dominance in simple terms, it is one muscle group dominating its opposite muscle group due to over usage. Almost every muscle has an opposite muscle group, when one group gets overused, it will begin to dominate the other forcing your body out of its naturally erect position.

The 6 Most Common Posture Problems:

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Forward Head Syndrome






Elevated Shoulder







Protracted Shoulders 







Lower Back Arch ( Lordosis) & 

Anterior Pelvic Tilt 








External Rotation