Dalton, Erik
January 2006
Massage Magazine;Jan2006, Issue 119, p97
The article investigates the causes, conditions and corrections associated with forward-head postures. It describes a decompensation cycle that marks the beginning of a domino effect that structurally manifests as reduced flexibility, loss of range of motion, and a forward-head, slumped-shoulder posture. A positive test for a forward-head posture is discussed. The silent nerve compression syndrome is explored. The article presents strategies to address forward-head postures.


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