Seated Posture

Seated Posture

For the Postural Syndrome, concentration on assuming correct seated posture is important.
Standing Posture

Standing Posture

For the Postural Syndrome, concentration on assuming correct standing posture is important.
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Lying Prone

Lying Prone

Dysfunction and derangement exercises may be similar in appearance but are determined by patient presentation. Dysfunction exercises would be intended to remodel connective tissue, while derangement exercises intended to reduce symptoms. An example of exercise progression might be lying prone.
Progress to Elbows

Progress to Elbows

Dysfunction and derangement exercises may be similar in appearance but are determined by patient presentation. Dysfunction exercises would be intended to remodel connective tissue, while derangement exercises intended to reduce symptoms. An example of exercise progression might be progress to elbows.
Full Press Up

Full Press Up

Dysfunction and derangement exercises may be similar in appearance but are determined by patient presentation. Dysfunction exercises would be intended to remodel connective tissue, while derangement exercises intended to reduce symptoms. An example of exercise progression might be a full press up.
Lying Supine

Lying Supine

Flexion (bending) is directional preference. If flexion movement causes symptoms to become more central, the following exercise might be prescribed: lying supine.
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Lying Supine with Knees Bent

Lying Supine with Knees Bent

Flexion (bending) is directional preference. If flexion movement causes symptoms to become more central, the following exercise might be prescribed: lying supine with knees bent.
Lying Supine with Knees to Chest

Lying Supine with Knees to Chest

Flexion (bending) is directional preference. If flexion movement causes symptoms to become more central, the following exercise might be prescribed: lying supine with knees to chest.
Seated Flexion

Seated Flexion

Flexion (bending) is directional preference. If flexion movement causes symptoms to become more central, the following exercise might be prescribed: seated flexion with hands beneath seat (an intermediate step is to flex forward bringing hands to the floor).
Standing Flexion

Standing Flexion

Flexion (bending) is directional preference. If flexion movement causes symptoms to become more central, the following exercise might be prescribed: standing flexion to the floor.
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