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Does "bad" posture cause pain...?

We are always hearing from patients that they believe or have been told that they have "bad posture". Historically, posture alone was blamed for a number of aches and pains. However, current research has shown that there is often very little correlation between posture and pain. This is because pain can be influenced by many different factors, including stress, our levels of fitness, genetics and even poor sleep...

What is more important than our posture is how often we are moving, changing posture and keeping mobile; as well as assessing and addressing all of the factors which are contributing towards your injury.

If you need a hand our team of osteopaths, exercise physiologists and massage therapists can help you work out what is going on and get you moving!

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