Sitting down on the job may lead to Upper Crossed Syndrome

Although you may never have heard the term Upper Crossed Syndrome, you probably have seen or recognized it by a person’s posture. It is the most common muscular imbalance besides its counterpart, Lower Crossed Syndrome, for people who are sedentary and sit for the majority of the time at work. It is probably the biggest factor in patients coming to Advanced Center For Pain And Rehab with neck, shoulder, mid-back and headache pain. It is easily recognized in people who have a forward head-and-chin-poking posture (think of a turtle neck), forward-rounded shoulders with a hunched upper back and tightness, and reduced mobility in the neck and back. This imbalance contributes to painful muscle ad

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