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Posture Board

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Features

  • Powerful posture alignment tool
  • Ideal for all ages
  • Durable wood for years of use
  • 5 adjustable positions
  • Align your joints (shoulders, hips, knees, ankles and more…)
  • Relieves tension in your neck, shoulders, back, legs, ankles, and feet
  • Measured 16"(Deep) X 12.5"(Wide) X 12"(High); Anti-slip safety treads.
Posture Board

Description

Excellent tool that uses gravity and a wall to balance and align the body from head to heel, and symmetrically, from side to side. 

 

 Simply standing in the correct position with your head, shoulders, hips, and feet touching a wall, while on the Posture Board, for 5-10 minutes daily, will have a domino effect in creating positive anatomical alignment relieving much of the pain associated with poor posture.  

 

The ultimate postural alignment will balance the body vertically and horizontally with weight evenly distributed on weight-bearing joints.

 

When using the posture board, your ankles, hips, and upper back should be in contact with the wall. Your head should be looking straight in a relaxed neutral position. If the back of your head is not in contact with the wall, this can be a strong indicator of a postural deviation such as kyphosis, forward head posture, thoracic flexion, etc. In most cases, the head will naturally realign and gradually come in contact with the wall.

 

Before beginning: Make sure your Posture Board is stable and you have something next to you to hold onto while getting on and off your board. 

 

 

  • Begin by adjusting your Posture Board to a slight angle. (Increase over time.) 
  • Hold onto something as you straddle the board, then mount one foot at a time.
  • Stand with feet hip-distance apart ( 4-6 inches/ fist distance) 
  • Feet slightly turned towards each other. 
  • Upper Back and hips against the wall 
  • Relax your stomach muscles and breathe
  • Allow your body to respond to the positive positioning for 4-10 minutes. 
  • As your thoracic spine extends, your shoulder blades and shoulders will drop back and down the wall, relaxing your upper back and neck muscles. 
  • In time, your head will move back and touch the wall comfortably without you having to force it back toward the wall.

 

The conditions and symptoms for which the Posture Board and its related exercise may benefit are as follows:*

                        *The Posture Board comes with no cure-all guarantee. Please be advised that if pain begins or persists you should seek the advice of a medical professional. 

Conditions  
Symptoms
Foot Supination - weight rolls onto the outer edges of your feet In a normal stride, the foot should roll inward a bit (pronate) so that your weight is on the ball of your foot allowing you to push off the big toe.
Bodyweight falls on the outside of the foot and you push off from your outer toes, instead of  causing back and hip pain
  • stress on the knee
  • ankle injuries
  • inflammation of the sole, called plantar fasciitis
Foot Pronation-the arch of the foot collapses downward or inward, this is also known as flat feet
  • Tight calf muscles
  • Stress on the Achilles’ tendons
  • Increasing flat feet 
  • shin splints
  • bunions
  • heel pain
  • plantar fasciitis
  • iliotibial band syndrome, an inflammation of a ligament on the outside of the knee
  • chronic lower back pain
  • stress fractures in the foot or lower leg
  • patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Achilles tendonitis
       Limited ankle dorsiflexion  
      • Limited ability to flex feet towards shins
      • Tight calves and flat feet 
        Tailor’s Bunion 
        • A bony lump that forms along the side of the little toe
        • Tight calf muscles
        • Pain and redness
           
          Femur Rotation (in or out)
          • Foot / ankle / knee / hip pain
          Anterior Pelvic Tilt
          •  The pelvis is rotated forward, forcing the lower back to arch inward.
          •  Muscles in the front of the pelvis and thighs are tight
          • Lower back pain
          • Hip and knee pain
          • Incorrect posture
          • Forced hip and knee rotations
            Posterior Pelvic Tilt
             
            • Stress on your lower back. 
            • Pain all over the body
            • Sciatic pain that runs down the back of one glute or thigh
              Severe Spine Curvature -  
              Scoliosis and Levoscoliosis 
              • Back, arm, and shoulder pain
              • Difficulty breathing
                  Forward head posture (FHP) 
                   
                  • Head is positioned with ears in front of body’s vertical midline. 
                  • Neck pain
                  • Stiffness
                  •  unbalanced gait
                  • rounded shoulders called kyphosis.
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