How does posture affect upper back pain?

Good posture good. Muscle support for the back, people how have deformity in there back had more chances to get back pain because the loss of support there back.

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What are good exercises for upper back pain due to bad posture?

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Back extension exerc. Back extension exercises would be a good place to start. You need an evaluation for a correct diagnosis. Discuss this with your physicians. This may not be due to poor posture. Read more...

I get upper back pain when standing in a position for to long (20 mins) like after the dishes. I sit a lot and have bad posture lol, is this y?

Exercise. you probably have muscle fatigue from upper back muscle weakness, poor posture and probably have tight chest and front of shoulder muscles. Try yoga which can help you get stronger and looser. Physical therapy could also help you with exercise program. I would start there and see if you do better. Read more...

How do you cure chronic upper back pain from years of poor posture and stress? The stress and anxiety absolutely killed the upper back/shoulder area.

Thoracic pain. 27 is awfully young to have chronic pain without a cause. My first inclination would be scheuermann's disease. Not really a disease as much as a genetic tendency for abnormal, painful discs and kyphosis (or a stooped posture). Occasionally disc herniations may also cause axial (back only) pain. Regardless, if problematic and requiring more than some occasional meds, see a spine doc. Read more...
Exericise/support. Nick: i'm concerned that you feel stress is such an issue. You might have a permenant deformity of the spine called kyphosis. This is diagnosed with a spine xray. If that is ok, then a course of excercise for the upper back. I would suggest a consult with an orthopaedic surgeon who would determine if this is structural or not, and could recommend bracing and/or exercises. Good luck. Read more...