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Why Posture is Important

Exercise is movement, therefore during exercises the body is constantly changing planes of motion. Segments should maintain optimal alignment to prevent other segments of the body to compensate during movement. Compensation of one body segment will cause imbalance leading to possible secondary impairments ( muscle imbalance, joint dysfunction). Incorporating an exercise program that focuses on posture (functional assessment and corrective exercises) can help promote good posture and prevent injury.

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