Frequently Asked Questions
+ Postural treatment for Kyphosis and Rounded back problems
+ A comprehensive and very effective movement treatment, developed by Dr. Gill Solberg
+ An 8-week corrective program with full instructions
+ Access available on mobile phones and tablets (iOS & Android)
Kyphosis is a condition in which the thoracic vertebrae develop excessive curvature.
Visually, kyphosis is evident in a greater convexity of the thoracic (chest) vertebrae, which is also characterized by a forward tilting of the shoulders and head. In addition, excessive curvatures may also be created in the cervical and lumbar spine as part of compensatory processes created by the body.
Common characteristics of kyphosis
+ Rounded back with greater thoracic curve
+ Shoulders slouch forward and the scapula is in protraction
+ The head tilts forward
+ Thoracic rigidity/stiffness (mainly in extension and rotation of the thoracic vertebrae)
+ The chest muscles (Pectoralis major/minor) are short
+ Weakness in the deep erector spinae muscles and the scapular retractors
+ Greater curves may be created in the cervical and lumbar vertebrae as well, as a result of the body’s compensatory processes
+ Short superficial breathing because of limited chest cavity mobility
+ Low body awareness
+ Short hamstrings
+ Short cervical extensors
In working on this program we delved into the anatomy and kinesiology of the Locomotor / musculoskeletal system and developed a very effective evidence-based life-changing therapeutic program that actually is suitable to anyone who would like to prevent Kyphosis.
The complex structure of the spine makes movement possible in many movement planes. This movement is the total of small partial movements that occur between one vertebra and another according to the chain principle. For this reason, spinal mobility, in general, is affected by the regular movement and functioning of the dozens of small joints between the vertebrae. A local constraint directly affects range of movement in that particular area, and indirectly affects other areas above and below the problem area.
Therefore, specific thoracic spinal mobility is needed on a daily basis. We have designed the best isolated and integrated mobility exercises that are very effective.
This unique and professional app contains very high quality and original exercises, with the aim of expanding and enriching the uses of movement for therapy and for daily activity and improving posture patterns in daily functioning.
Dr. Gill Solberg:
Dr. Gill Solberg is a world-renown professional and lecturer in the field of Posture. He is a Clinical kinesiologist since 1985. During his graduate studies, he specialized in Clinical Kinesiology and Postural Disorders.
Dr. Gill Solberg is a diagnostician and head therapist in his private clinic that offers Physical Therapy, for Musculoskeletal Dysfunctions and postural disorders and is a leading lecturer at various academic colleges. His book “Postural disorders and musculoskeletal dysfunction: diagnosis prevention and treatment” was published by “Elsevier” and is now being an academic textbook, all over the world (5 languages)
Dr. Solberg is the Co finder of Muscle&Motion Posture, a groundbreaking new premium software in the field of Human Posture that is the first of its kind in the world.
Muscle and Motion
Muscle&Motion was officially founded in 2001. Its aim was, and is, to enhance an individual’s understanding of the muscular mechanics involved in any particular movement of the human body; thereby, improving results, reducing the risk of injury, and providing an overall greater awareness of muscles in motion.
Our products serve a wide audience from the anatomy student to physical and massage therapists, educators, personal trainers, athletes and anyone interested in enhancing their knowledge of the muscular motions of movement.
To learn how Muscle&Motion has benefited both professionals and fitness enthusiasts, please visit our Reviews page.
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