Aids So That Someone Can Remain In Good Posture?
Hello, is a posture corrector or brace needed for correct posture? Does the posture corrector help correct posture and reduce pain in the neck and back due to incorrect posture? Thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The tool you mentioned, is a tool so that someone can stay in good posture, which is upright, regardless of whether he is standing or sitting. This tool is considered useful because when a person sits for a long time, for example because he works on a computer, he can unconsciously bend over and this posture is not good for health, including causing low back pain and increasing the potential for pinched nerves.
Even so, these tools are not always needed. The tool only helps us to be in an upright position by pulling our body and maintaining it in that position, but we can do it with our own awareness. Simply, people who work in the police and the army, because their work requires them to always be upright, they become accustomed to good posture and do not need help from tools to maintain it. So again, these tools may indeed be useful, but not always necessary in correcting posture.
Then for neck and back pain, if the pain is only caused by a tense or pulled muscle due to being in an uncomfortable position for a long time, then the complaint can disappear by itself, and the use of this tool might be able to avoid the recurrence of the condition in the future. However, if the pain is caused by a pinched nerve or an abnormal bone shape as in the condition of scoliosis, the use of this tool alone may not be enough.
So with respect to the use of this tool, the best step is to consult with your orthopedist first, so that the first is determined whether you really need it or not, and the second so that the tool chosen is right for you and might be able to be paired so that it doesn't actually cause other problems. . This is important because there must be a lot of posture correction devices on the market, not all of which have been clinically tested, and not all of them are right for your body. So, hopefully answering your question.