Friday, 27 April 2012

Kypholordotic Posture

An increased thoracic and lordotic curvature is observable. The head is held slightly forward, often becoming the most anterior segment of the body. The pelvis tends to tilt anteriorly with an increase in lumbar lordosis (inward curve). This habitual posture causes muscle imbalance, and overtime, the muscle imbalance enforces this posture.  It can cause injury and significantly effects your quality of life as you age.  It takes mind and body to reverse it over time.

No comments:

Post a Comment