Posture & Prevention

Poor posture is when a part of the body holds itself in a harmful position.

Changes in your posture can increase your risk of pain.

These changes are caused by some parts of our body getting too tight, while other parts get too weak.


When some tissues are tight or weak, other tissues have to work harder than usual to compensate for them.

When body tissue has to work harder, it is more likely to get injured.

Body tissues that can be affected in this way include muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and joints.

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When Sean assesses posture, he first looks at examine the posture of the body as a whole.

He then looks closer at a series of different areas of the body individually.

Based on the results of the assessment, Sean will design an individualised rehabilitation programme for you to address the issues identified.

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