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Correct Neck and Upper Back Posture?

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      Correct Neck and Upper Back Posture?

Introducing the DIYTherapy Posture Corrector for the neck, shoulder and thoracic spine pain. DIY Therapy is committed to providing best practice guidelines for common aches and pains with the high-quality products designed to assist in the healing process. We are proud to provide you with the DIY Posture Corrector.

Remember you can always reach out to us at www.DIYtherapy.net for a free 20 minutes wellness consultation.

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The DIY Therapy Posture corrector is easy to wear and discrete. It can be worn under clothing during your recreational time, house work or at the office.

The DIY Therapy Posture Corrector can help make permanent changes in posture. The combination of strengthening, stretching and bracing allows for true muscle length and strength changes can occur that effect pain and activity tolerance.

 

 

 

 

Below is a simple exercise progression taken from our DIY Therapy Neck treatment Guide. The entire 150+ page book can be found at

https://www.amazon.com/DIY-Therapy-Neck-Pain-Guide-ebook/dp/B07PK57JJ7/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=diy+therapy+neck+pain+guide&qid=1567260269&s=gateway&sr=8-4

  1. Sitting neck Retraction

Pain Management through positional relief -Extension Directional Preference

Sit in Chair and Tuck Chin

5-15 Reps every 1-4 hours

  1. Scapula Squeezes

Activity Introduction

Squeezes Shoulder Blades Together

10-15 reps, 2-3 times a day

  1. Supine Chest Raises with Elbows

Tolerance Building

Push down with elbows while lifting chest up

10-15 reps, 2-3 times a day

  1. Scapula High Rows

Tolerance Building

Squeezes Shoulder Blades Together, with Elbows High

10-15 reps, 2-3 times a day

For more exercises or a wellness consultation visit us at www.diytherapy.net