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Does poor posture lead to more injuries?

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Dr. Chintan Sampat
Orthopedic Spine Surgery 20 years experience
Yes: Poor posture during prolonged sitting, standing, repetitive activities, or lifting causes inefficient use of the muscles and can lead to muscular strains and pain.
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