By: Dr. Carolyn McNeill
Happy New Year!
To start off the blog this year, we will be doing a couple of quick post’s on posture. One of the issues we see day in, day out at our office is people in pain and discomfort because of poor posture. Whether its from sitting at a desk all day, long hours commuting in the car, looking down at our phones or reading. These activities cause pressure in the low back and tension to develop in the upper back and neck.
With that in mind, here are two easy postural exercises that you can do to help alleviate the strain that sitting and poor posture have on the upper back and neck.
Deep Neck Flexor Isometric Exercise
“There is no perfect posture. Keep moving.”
– Dr. Andreo Spina
Next….Back expert Dr. Stuart McGill’s Big 3 exercises