The pelvis is a crucial structure that supports the spine and acts as a foundation for the entire body. Ideally, the pelvis should be aligned in a neutral position, with the hip bones and the sacrum level. However, certain factors, such as muscle imbalances, poor posture, or injuries, can cause the pelvis to tilt either anteriorly (forward) or posteriorly (backward).

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“I believe that structural work is of utmost importance for delaying aging. Dare I say it’s the best anti-aging strategy that exists.”

Dr. Jesse Jutkowitz

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People are always told that getting good posture requires effort – exercise and holding their shoulders back.

This is completely wrong.

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Everyone suffering from a bent neck and shoulders should know the risks of surgical intervention for correcting kyphosis.

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Years of hard work had left Dave Yeany’s knees in poor shape and his spine twisted up to compensate. He had severe back pain and poor posture.

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When the spine develops excessive curves, you will experience back and neck pain and poor posture. Let’s look at three common points where an aging or injured spine causes problems.

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