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9. PHYSICAL LOAD 9.4. Straight back Structural posture can be affected. If the pelvis, viewed from the back, is tilted, it may expose the body to various pain conditions. Tilted pelvis may be caused by ankle positions inequality, uneven tensions on hips and pelvic muscles and / or leg-length inequality. Tilted shoulder line leads to neck deformity. This is most commonly associated with the upper body muscle tightness or pelvic tilt. Usually tilt is affected by several factors. If, when standing, the pelvic line or shoulders are tilted, the back spine and cervical spine, viewed from the back, appears to have lateral curvatures (scoliosis). It is highly recommended to gradually straighten curved spine caused by poor posture. Also note that tilted pelvis may cause body balance control problems, because one side of the body is stressed differently than the other. For example, a possible accident can cause ankle sprain. Instruction: Try to distribute loads as equally as possible between each side of the body when possible. Do restorative exercises, if you notice that only one side of your body is stressed. If necessary, ask for better evaluation and guidance your health care professionals. Even a small correction can have significant impact on discomfort and accidents prevention. Also possible pre-existing symptoms often facilitate. . © Valmius Hyvinvointiin Group Oy 27


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