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The following limitations are usually at the origin of this swing characteristic.

Often, C-Posture is caused and/or fed by an unhealthy posture. An unfavourable posture is a fertile ground for musculoskeletal conditions such as Upper Crossed Syndrome, which is a well known cause of C-Posture.

Some of the factors causing or feeding a C-Posture are poor posture, sedentary lifestyle, prolonged or repetitive activities causing or feeding dysfunctional movement patterns, reduced thoracic mobility and core and/or gluts weakness. Other possible causes for C-Posture are Thorax Spine Extension/Rotation Mobility Dysfunction, Lumbar Spine Flexion Mobility Dysfunction, Thorax Extension and Lumbar Spine Flexion Stability and Motor Control Dysfunction.

At the beginning, a C-Posture will have a detrimental effect on the upper body structures but with time, it ends up feeding and cheerleading other musculoskeletal conditions affecting the rest of the body. Most players exhibiting a C-Posture not only show cervical and shoulder mobility dysfunctions but are often unable to perform an overhead deep squat, can't touch their toes unless it is in a dysfunctional way (due to physical limitations and the compensatory patterns of movements associated to them).

Positive Tests: “Pelvic Tilt”, “Bridge w/ Leg Extension”, "Overhead Deep Squat", "Toe Touch", “Reach, Roll and Lift", "Lat", FABER and Modified Thomas Test, Lumbar Locked Extension/Rotation, Prone Rocking, Flexion and Extension Rolling Patterns (excessive lumbar extension to compensate for a reduced thorax extension).


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Postureffect programs are designed to help increase your mobility, stability and balance by decreasing amongst others, fascial and musculoskeletal restrictions, dysfunctional patterns of movement (ex. scapulothoracic rhythm), adhesions and musculoskeletal imbalance (ex. upper and lower crossed syndrome).

In order to offer you a more complete, functional and wholistic treatment plan, we partner with
like-minded Medical Practitioners, Golf Professionals and Physical Trainers that are able to focus on the aspects that need to be addressed but we don't specialise in.

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