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Is it possible to correct/reverse my postural kyphosis into a normal corrected spine? age : 20. i train, got muscles everywhere, still no results!

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Dr. Richard Blake answered

Specializes in Podiatry

Postural Kyphosis: As a podiatrist, i see patients with kyphosis present for foot orthotics to correct part of this. However, the specialities that deal with this the most are physiatrists, chiropractors, and osteopaths. There may be a rigid part that is permanent, but there may be a good deal of functional muscle and ligament tightening that you can work on, and see results. Too much sitting in front of computer?

Answered 8/25/2013

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If postural:: Swimming, fencing and walking with a book on your head are all exercises that help with postural kyphosis.

Answered 8/23/2013

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