Posture may be a reflection of our mental state, habits we have developed over the years, underlying pathology, or an expression of an environment we are, or have been, exposed to; however, for many it is simply that thing which we all say we wish we could improve on (but is ‘just too hard to… Continue reading Posture at the Desk
In continuation of topics on better posture, today I’d like to talk about habits. In essence, I believe that any change that you make in your life be it exercising, eating differently, or sitting straight requires forming new habits. And certainly changing one’s posture falls into this category.
Today I would like to share a strengthening exercise that I often recommend to my patients to correct bad posture. I call this exercise a “Wall Stand“.
We often work with office workers. While working in an office might seem like an easy job from a physical perspective, it still has potential risks for your body. Two major hazards are head-forward posture and slouching.