The posture support brace for the shoulder, neck and back is designed to keep the body firm and correct any disorder. The posture brace provides support to help the body to learn how to adapt to the right posture, this can be due to years of bad sitting habit, walking habit or accident as the case may be.
What is a posture support?
A posture support is a brace which is designed to improve posture and therefore reduce stress on the joints and muscles of the upper back and neck during activity. It achieves this roll by restricting bending and slouching of the spine and limits shoulders forward movements. It provides gentle, but firm support, pulling the shoulders back during general activity, resulting in a taller, straighter spine.
When should I use a posture support?
Posture supports are generally beneficial for people who have poor posture (figure 1) or suffer from headaches, back, neck or shoulder pain that is aggravated by poor posture (e.g. slouching).
For those patients with poor posture (figure 1), a posture support can help to improve posture by firmly pulling the shoulders back resulting in a taller, straighter spine (figure 2). This is important to prevent gradual ‘hunching’ or ’rounding’ of the shoulders and upper back over time due to poor postural habits or fatigue.
Effect of poor posture support
If you are suffering from back pain it can interfere with all aspects of your daily life. The pain and discomfort can make everyday tasks more difficult. However there are now a variety of back-support products on the market that can aid almost anyone. There are different types of supports that focus on specific parts of your back; you just need to decide which area of the back you would like the attention focused on.
What other conditions may benefit from the use of a posture support?
The following conditions may benefit from the use of a posture brace:
- Poor Posture
- Cervical Postural Syndrome
- Thoracic Postural Syndrome
- Headaches (originating from the neck)
- Wry Neck
- Cervical Disc Bulge
- Thoracic Disc Bulge
- Cervical Facet Joint Sprain
- Thoracic Facet Joint Sprain
- Cervical Spinal Degeneration
- Thoracic Spinal Degeneration
- Osteoarthritis of the Neck
- Osteoarthritis of the Upper Back
- Upper Back or Neck Sprain
- Upper Back or Neck Strain
- Muscular Strains of the Upper Back or Neck
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A posture support shoulder brace is the best device for them who have to sit at a place for long time. Such types of people include: long distant drivers, cashiers, frequent horseback riders, frequent bicyclers, truck drivers, and people who work on computers continuously for hours.
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