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Powerful posture alignment tool
Ideal for all ages
5 adjustable positions
Align your joints (shoulders, hips, knees, ankles and more…)
Relieves tension in your neck, shoulders, back, legs, ankles, and feet
Benefits of using a Posture Board
Can you believe that simply standing on a slanted posture board for 5 - 10 minutes, daily, can have a huge impact on your posture, anatomical alignment, and the pain associated with misalignments?
By simply standing on the Posture Board with your head, shoulders, hips, and feet touching a wall for 5-10 minutes, daily, the power of gravity together with the Posture Board, can balance and align your body from head to heel, and symmetrically, from side to side. It can promote anatomical alignment, which can alleviate the pain associated with conditions such as:
Foot Supination & Pronation
Limited ankle dorsiflexion
Femur Rotation (in or out)
Anterior & Posterior Pelvic Tilt
Scoliosis, and Levoscoliosis
Forward head posture (FHP)
How is this possible?
Every nerve, muscle, and bone is interconnected and works together to form skeletal and postural symmetry and balance. When one part of your body is misaligned other areas become affected. For example, with Foot Supination (duck-positioned feet) most of your weight is transferred to the outer edge of your foot, which can create structural problems and pain in the pelvis and lower part of the spine (lumbar spine).
Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms:
Ankle injury or weakness
Inflammation of the sole - Plantar Fasciitis
Tight calf muscles
Increasing flat feet
Inflammation of a ligament on the outside of the knee (iliotibial band syndrome)
Chronic lower back pain
Stress fractures in the foot or lower leg
Patellofemoral pain syndrome
Limited ability to flex feet towards shins
A bony lump that forms along the side of the little toe
All of these conditions, in time, will cause strain and pain on interconnected muscles and tendons as one part of the body attempts to compensate for the other misaligned, injured, and in some way compromised part.
Just as misalignment and injury can affect related body parts, so can the reverse be true. By focusing on the alignment of one area of the body, another area follows suit and is cued to realign. That is why the daily focus and execution of re-positioning exercises are extremely effective in achieving anatomical alignment resulting in pain reduction and postural optimization.
The Posture Board is one of the simplest, yet most effective postural alignment tools you can use to regain skeletal anatomical optimization.
Excellent tool that uses gravity and a wall to balance and align the body from head to heel, and symmetrically, from side to side.
Simply standing in the correct position with your head, shoulders, hips, and feet touching a wall, while on the Posture Board, for 5-10 minutes daily, will have a domino effect in creating positive anatomical alignment relieving much of the pain associated with poor posture.
The ultimate postural alignment will balance the body vertically and horizontally with weight evenly distributed on weight-bearing joints.
When using the posture board, your ankles, hips, and upper back should be in contact with the wall. Your head should be looking straight in a relaxed neutral position. If the back of your head is not in contact with the wall, this can be a strong indicator of a postural deviation such as kyphosis, forward head posture, thoracic flexion, etc. In most cases, the head will naturally realign and gradually come in contact with the wall.
Before beginning: Make sure your Posture Board is stable and you have something next to you to hold onto while getting on and off your board.
Begin by adjusting your Posture Board to a slight angle. (Increase over time.)
Hold onto something as you straddle the board, then mount one foot at a time.
Stand with feet hip-distance apart ( 4-6 inches/ fist distance)
Feet slightly turned towards each other.
Upper Back and hips against the wall
Relax your stomach muscles and breathe
Allow your body to respond to the positive positioning for 4-10 minutes.
As your thoracic spine extends, your shoulder blades and shoulders will drop back and down the wall, relaxing your upper back and neck muscles.
In time, your head will move back and touch the wall comfortably without you having to force it back toward the wall.
The conditions and symptoms for which the Posture Board and its related exercise may benefit are as follows:*
*The Posture Board comes with no cure-all guarantee. Please be advised that if pain begins or persists you should seek the advice of a medical professional.
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1. Place the board up against a wall
2. Start with the lowest setting (you can raise it the more you use the board)
3. Straddle the Posture Board
4. Slowly step on the board
5. Keep your feet fist distance apart, slightly pigeon toed
6. Keep your heels, back, hips, and upper back against the wall
7. Keep your head in a relaxed neutral position looking straight
8. Stand on the board for 5-10 minutes per day
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1. Put on the Posture Toes
2. They can be worn over the Posture socks, under regular socks or inside shoes
3. Wear them for 10 minutes - overnight. If you feel pain, take them off immediately. If you do not feel pain keep them on as long as possible
4. Each day try to wear them for longer periods of time
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1. Put on the Toe Alignment Socks
2. Wear them for 10 minutes - overnight. If you feel pain, take them off immediately. If you do not feel pain keep them on as long as possible
3. Each day try to wear them for longer periods of time
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