Posture: upper cross syndrome

upper cross syndrome

In this syndrome, the neck protrudes forward and the back forms a kyphosis. It is caused by the superficial neck flexors being too tight and the back extensors being weak. It manifests from our sedentary lifestyles. By drawing the chin into the chest and raising the chest we can abolish this postural deformity from our own lives.

Our back pain and posture website offers information regarding this syndrome.