Ep. 5 – Further explanation on Thoracic Kyphosis

Video Tags: Postural Respiration, Back, Thoracic Kyphosis

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  • Jay Austin

    The way I have thought of this, correct me if I’m wrong, is when the ribs are wide/flared the individual is being pulled forward and extended. When the ribs move down towards a zoa the spine is flexing. Just like when the pelvis is fwd rotated the L spine extends. The dowagers hump occurs due to position of head moving forward when ribs elevate. ReplyCancel

    • Postural Restoration

      Hi Jay, You are correct!ReplyCancel