- Forward Head Posture (Forward Nodding head)
- Kyphosis/Rounded Shoulders
- Obliterated Lumbar/Cervical Curve
- Flat Feet
- High Arched feet
- Pronated foot
Details regarding some of the Postural Conditions:
Neck Poor Posture (Forward Head Syndrome)
Forward head syndrome is a very common poor postural condition which can lead to a variety of symptoms from neck pain, to headaches and even impinged nerves radiating pain into the upper extremities.
Physiotherapy Management of Neck Poor Posture
Our physiotherapists at “BetterLife Physiotherapy” will train you on proper postural positioning and techniques to adapt your work and home areas to reduce the strain on your neck. Also, will work on improving your posture with applying hands-on physiotherapy, stretching, special exercises and postural re–training, our physiotherapists work with you to improve your posture, alignment and neck strength.
Indicators and warning signs of scoliosis could be: poor alignment of the upper body, back pain, breathing difficulties.
Physiotherapy Management of Scoliosis
Our physiotherapists at “BetterLife Physiotherapy” can help by improving your range of motion/mobility, flexibility and building strength in parts of your body which have been weakened through malalignment. Also, Physiotherapy is effective for patients with scoliosis who have muscles and joints which have stiffened over time.
Fallen Feet Arches
Your foot contains several tendons that work together to form your foot arch. When the tendons pull together properly, your foot will form a proper arch. However, when the tendons do not pull together properly, your foot will form a very small arch or no arch at all. This is referred to as “fallen arch” or “flat foot” and can cause pain or discomfort with time.