All You Need To Know About Upper Crossed Syndrome

 

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Upper Crossed Syndrome

Upper Cross Syndrome is a common pattern of muscle imbalance caused by increase hours of sitting at a desk. It is characterized by tightness in our chest and neck and weakness in our deep neck flexors and shoulder stabilizers. It is the common contributor  to pain in those who sit at a desk for work.

What Can You Do?

Correcting Upper Crossed Syndrome is a multi-step process that includes strengthening the deep neck flexors and shoulder stabilizers while stretching and loosening (combined with postural exercises, core strength, and mobility exercises). No magic cure, but great results can be seen with consistent action and a plan,

Stay Positive. Stay Consistent.