A wide range of muscles works together to support your body’s joints and other structures. Maintaining optimal posture is necessary to ensure spinal wellness and prevent back pain. However, most people today have a high risk of developing back and spinal pains due to improper posture. Perhaps you spend long hours hunched in front of a computer or staring down at your phone screen. This makes your neck slouch forward, affecting your overall posture, which, in turn, can lead to chronic pain.
Postural exercises are necessary to restore postural alignment, strengthen muscles, improve flexibility, and minimize the risk of injuries and chronic pain.