Kyphosis

Kyphosis

What it is and how I can help.

This client is just a one case of kyphosis I have helped to dramatically improve in just a couple of months. 

 Here we can see that the client has visibly less spinal curvature and a much greater range of movement in the after photo. She had severe back pain eliminated by postural correction and muscular strengthening.

Here we can see that the client has visibly less spinal curvature and a much greater range of movement in the after photo. She had severe back pain eliminated by postural correction and muscular strengthening.

Kyphosis is curvature of the spine that causes the top of the back to appear more rounded than normal.  
 
Everyone has some degree of curvature in their spine. However, a curve of more than 45 degrees is considered excessive.
 

If you have kyphosis, your treatment depends on how curved your spine is, whether you have any additional symptoms such as back pain, and the underlying causes.
 
How to see if you have kyphosis....

If you stand with your heels against a wall, your bum, shoulders and the back of your head should naturally be touching the wall. Not the case? Speak to me now and don’t let it get any worse; you only have one spine, take care of it!