LOWER CROSSED SYNDROME

Introduction Lower crossed syndrome (LCS) also known as distal or pelvic crossed syndrome refers to the tightness of the thoracolumbar extensors and hip flexors muscles crossing with tightness of the iliopsoas and rectus femoris. Weakness of the deep abdominal muscles ventrally crosses with weakness of the gluteus maximus and medius. Read more…

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UPPER CROSSED SYNDROME

Introduction As we grow older, our posture tends to decline, not only do the shoulders become more rounded, but the head becomes protracted forward and the thoracic spine (or upper back), more curved. Poor posture is the leading cause of upper cross syndrome (UCS), this happens when the muscles in Read more…