Posture Brace, Back Brace for Posture
Back Brace For Posture: Any textbook chapter on posture will explain that, when standing, the ankles, hips, shoulders, and base of the skull should be completely in line. This is recommended for optimal muscle and bone function, and standing or sitting with poor posture can have some very serious consequences, like spinal subluxations or pinched nerves. The most common posture problems come from the shoulders, neck, and lower back because it is easier for some to stand with their shoulders and neck forward and their lower back either swayed inward or to the side as a result of leaning or putting full weight on one leg.
The best solution is to use a back brace for posture. Back braces pull the shoulders back and keep the lower back in place while the rest of your body (and mind) goes about its daily routine. A posture brace may look like a thin corset, acting to isolate an injured body part to allow it to heal, or could look like a brassiere, which holds the shoulders back gently and forces the wearer to stand perfectly erect. Ailments like back and neck pain that stem from improper posture can be treated with therapy and medication. However, the best way to combat back pain is to prevent it by treating your body with the respect it deserves; that means using proper posture (with the help of a posture back brace) to help your bones and tissues function properly.
Choose from a range of ergonomic back support systems – all available at little or no cost through Medicare.