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- Designed by a musculoskeletal physiotherapist to help manage spinal alignment or posture
- An innovative adhesive spinal support that is designed to be used for personal or professional support
- A device that will teach you how to maintain the correct posture that will help patients to move, feel and look better
- Not meant to hold the body rigidly in an upright position, this device encourages you to maintain a good posture while feeling no stretch from the device
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Cumene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
PosturePals work in three ways:
RESTRICTION. Helps to prevent poor posture by maintaining the spine at or near its neutral (unloaded) position.
RECOGNITION. Aids in drawing the user's attention to the positions or activities that take the spine out of the neutral posture. Being mindful of problem activities, the patient can then modify activities accordingly.
RE-EDUCATION. By force of habit, slouching feels normal or comfortable and correct sitting feels abnormal or awkward. To correct this anomaly, the elastic characteristic exerts a gentle correcting force whenever posture starts to slack. The slight pull prompts users to improve posture, using their own muscles to improve strength and endurance. Through repetition and constant correction, a new "healthy" posture will be learned.