If you sit at a computer desk all day, if you suffer from frequent upper back and neck pain, stiffness in neck or back, headaches and migraines, you may have Forward Head Posture/Forward Head Syndrome. Here, one of our Pain Stop experts Dr. Kristy Morgan of the Pain Stop Metro Clinic demonstrates the best practices for correct posture for sitting at a computer, and standing. Following these steps can help to avoid the symptoms of Forward Head Posture or help correct the problem.
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