Lost Your Balance? Try Motor Skills Juggling | Posture Doctor
As children, we develop balance, climbing trees, walking and running on unsteady surfaces, playing sports, games etc. As adults, we seldom think about balance and rarely practice it. When was the last time you climbed...
Dog Posture: Healthy Touch Techniques | Posture Doctor
When I sold my practice in the UK in 2013 and moved back to Canada, one of my goals was to adopt a dog and move to the country. It was a part of my...
Forward Head Posture – Alzheimer’s & Stroke | Posture Doctor
Is your forward head posture capable of making you sick? Rene Cailliet, an American born physician of French ancestry, was one of the pioneers in physical rehabilitation and is well known for his books on musculoskeletal...
Reverse Neck Curve – What Causes a Cervical Kyphosis? | Posture Doctor
When the neck curve kinks the wrong way, it pushes the head forward. With the head pushed forward, the lower spine is more prominent and vulnerable.
Spinal Anomalies (Like This) Can Cause Forward Head Posture | Posture Doctor
Congenital vertebral anomalies are malformations of the spine that you are born with. In some cases these spinal defects can deform the alignment of your spine affecting your posture, spinal cord and health and well-being.
What Causes Forward Head Posture & How Severe Is Yours?
Understand the specific cause of Forward Head Posture; use that knowledge to begin the appropriate mirror-image exercises and know when to seek treatment and/or further medical investigation.
Core Workout | Best Abs Exercise You Can Do in Your Car
Traffic jams are frustrating! In this lecture we use the time you are stuck in your car (maybe during a traffic jam) to strengthen your abs.
Hump Back | Neck Hump, Buffalo Hump, Dowager’s Hump or Kyphosis?
One very common euphemism is to call a neck hump a buffalo hump. I prefer the term neck hump, but they do mean the same thing; except the hump on an actual Buffalo consists of...
How to Fix Unattractive Round Shoulders | Posture Doctor
The way we hold ourselves is a reflection of the way we feel about ourselves; so good posture improves confidence.
What Texting Does to the Neck and Spine | Posture Doctor
most people look down at a 60-degree angle when texting on their phones, which places a lot of force on their neck muscles, discs and joints.