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Text neck, is an overuse injury caused by repetitively looking down at a cellphone or other device, that places excessive strain on the neck. Read more below to learn how this often the cause of neck, shoulder and upper back pain and how you can correct it.
A lack of thoracic (upper back) mobility can lead to neck, low back and shoulder pain, especially in office workers with sedentary jobs. Check out this article to learn more about why thoracic mobility is important and how to improve it.
Posture Alert! Check out this article to read more about what anterior pelvic tilt is an how effects your posture.
A healthy pain free worker is a more productive worker.
If you sit at a desk all day, drive a lot, always looking down at your phone, it’s likely you have forward head posture and limited shoulder mobility. This blog will help you to relax your shoulder and chest muscles.
My first physio session focusing on strengthening core muscles and improving posture.
The key is to find a neutral spine position.
For my third appointment at Westcoast SCI, we focused on exercises that worked my glutes, core, and arms with the underlying goal to work on posture.
Normal shoulder motion involves a coordinated rhythm between movement of the shoulder blade on the chest wall and movement of the ball in the shoulder socket.