Forward head posture is a common cause of neck pain for all ages. Especially with the prevalence of mobile technology devices we often focus our attention to things down and in front of our bodies. This promotes forward head posture over time and this puts stress on the cervical spine. That additional stress increases the aging of your discs and joints.
It is imperative to have ways to stretch the head and neck back into the proper position and its best to be able to promote restoration of the cervical curve (lordosis).
In this video, Dr. Robert Barton with Peak Performance Spine & Sports Medicine in Pasadena, Texas shows 3 ways to improve head posture at home. Just click the video below to watch, and don’t forget to subscribe!