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Hunched Or Stooped Posture
Have a Ball!: Use the cobra stretch to relieve back strain. Extend your arms while laying on your stomach. Rest your weight on your arms and let your low back relax and stretch. Also, get your neck out of your shoulders (turtle head out of the shell). Also, try sitting on a ball while working at computer.This will force you to use good posture. ...Read more
See your doctor: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Any rec's for poor posture (hunched back) and chronic back pain? Exercises, strategies for remedying years of bad habits..?
Is improved posture from chiropractor permanent if not maintained over yrs? No longer get adjusted, don't stretch, no yoga, bent over computer daily.
Disk hetniaition: in your history needs to be followed by your doctor. We have many work-related disorders manifesting today, e.d., back and shoulder issues from computer work. Ask you doc about exercises that would be appropriate for you and invest a little time doing them. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Can slouched posture, forward head posture, and sitting at a computer all day for years cause gerd? If i fix my posture will the GERD symptoms go away
Anything that: Causes increased intra abdominal pressure is bad for gerd. Nothing is a guarantee, but changing your posture is simple enough--try it, maybe it would help your symptoms, even if it doesn't make it go away completely. Your posture is probably bad for your back anyway. ...Read more
Not usually: The correct treatment for your back pain depends on the proper diagnosis as to what is causing your back pain. It can be muscular, a facet joint or alignment issue, SI joint issue, disc problem, arthritis, connective tissue disorder and others. A proper evaluation with appropriate imaging should help identify the cause and direct your provider to a proper course of treatment. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Artificially, yes.: If you have a slumped over posture, then correcting your posture, either by training yourself to have better posture or by wearing some assistive device, would make you seem taller because you wouldn't be slumped over anymore. But you wouldn't literally gain height. Personally, I'd rather you retrain your posture than wear something like that all the time. ...Read more
Rigidity: Rigidity in the musculature causes the so called semian posture. ...Read more
Can computer posture (leaning in, slouched) cause chest and upper back sensations/pain/discomfort? If so, how to fix?
Posture is important: Sitting at a desk (most office workers) is both unnatural and detrimental to your skeleton. From the neck down to your lower back, the spine is confined to an awkward position that can cause ligament and muscle strain, c costochondritis (inflammation at cartilage bone interface), and likely pain while this is possible, chest pain should be checked out by your physician to rule out other problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Great questions. A major reason why patients do not improve is due to sitting and posture issues (even as i sit here working on the computer, i can feel myself slouching in the chair!) an ergonomic chair is excellent. ...Read more
Hunched over desk @work due to poor unfixable eyesight. Shoulders , arms , trapezium, and now thighs all very strained and very weak. What can I do?
Glasses? Stretching: Your eyesight may be poor but a good optometrist or ophthalmologist souls be able to help you with an improvement in vision so you don't hunch over your computer as much. In addition it would certainly be worthwhile for you to learn proper stretching exercises and to do them for 10 minutes prior to start of work. Get up and change position every 30 minutes for about 1 minute, that too can help. ...Read more
In general w the: Absence of specific health concerns, sleeping on the back may be optimal. Sleeping on your back can aid the head ; spine to maintain a neutral position. If you sleep on your back a puffy pillow which provides support but doesn’t put your neck at too much of an angle is recommended. Sleeping on the side can also be a good sleep position to avoid neck pain. If you sleep on your side use of a thick. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rounded shoulders causing shoulder and neck pain. Is wearing a posture brace to bring the shoulders back a good idea? Will it weaken muscles?
Exercise is better.: It is far better to exercise and strengthen the muscles in your shoulder and back to correct posture. See your doc, and get a referral to a physical therapist if necessary and to be sure you don't have scoliosis or another problem of the spine that is affecting your posture. Stronger muscles will help no matter what the cause, though. ...Read more
Bend over to pick something up stand up straight I walk hunched over from hip pain I have spastic cerebral palsy?
Question: I am not sure I understand your question. Please re-ask so that we may be able to provide you with an answer. Good luck! ...Read more
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