Common Posture Problems

Forward Head Posture

Forward head posture is the most common postural defect found in computer operators. (10)

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Round Shoulders

Round shoulders is distinguished by the hunched over appearance it creates, and it is poor posture that is often associated with office workers and computer operators.

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Rotated Hips

Rotated hips can be caused by holding a poor position for a long period of time, such as sitting at your desk, twisting to write as well as looking at the computer.

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In severe cases, long term bad posture can lead to Scoliosis, a condition that results in the spine twisting from side to side, instead of running in a straight line from top to bottom.  Depending in the severity, Scoliosis of the spine can have a detrimental impact on vital organs, such as your heart, liver and kidneys.

Correcting posture problems


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