How do you Stack up?
- Is your head centered over your feet?
- Are your shoulders level?
- Are your arms evenly spaced from your body
- Do both thumbs face forward?
- Can you draw a straight line from the center of your feet to your nose?
“Sitting slumped and poor posture habits cause back pain, leaving you feeling drained and uninspired. The first step to improving posture is a posture analysis!” Dr. Steven Weiniger
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Bad tech habits are a common cause of neck pain and headaches. Track improvement (or decline) with regular posture checks. Take control of posture with exercise, and maintain it by designing a posture-smart environment at home, school, work and when you exercise.
If your ear isn’t over your shoulder on a side-view posture picture, there’s a good chance you breathe with your chest and neck, not your belly, in a pattern posture specialists call Forward Head Breathing (FHB).
Do-it-yourself Posture Check
We recommend the free posture app called PostureZone. Download it free for iPhone, iPad or Android.
You can also use the app to take follow up posture photos and track any changes overtime. Most people will see some change in subsequent photos… either improved posture, or more pronounced poor posture.
Want help analyzing your results? Find a local practitioner.