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Solving the Difficult Forward Head Posture Case (Part 2) By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB

Solving the Difficult Forward Head Posture Case (Part 2) By Jeffrey Tucker, DC, DACRB

Continuing our discussion from part 1 of this article [March 2018] on assessing more challenging causes of forward head posture, check the pelvis for asymmetrical quadratus lumborum (QL) and lats. The lats connect to the pelvis and the shoulder. Tight lats can cause forward shoulder syndrome and decrease shoulder motion just to keep the pelvis in check. Breathing by using the accessory muscles can cause the QL and other muscles that depress the rib cage to be overactive Continue reading

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