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    • Dr Paula Moore
    • April 23, 2015
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    would you reccomend a posture brace?

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    • Adam Greensword
    • April 24, 2015
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    I was looking around for help with this and stumbled across your channel.
    Very helpful, straightforward, and useful. Thank you for all your videos,
    there is a ton of great advice on here, i really appreciate your sharing of
    your expertise. Great job, thanks again.

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    • Original
    • April 24, 2015
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    Is your neck meant to feel tight afterwards?

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    • Ando Servis
    • April 24, 2015
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    What about balancing a book on your head?!

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    • Robo321
    • April 24, 2015
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    I have a bad case of this. I also have severe TMJ and wonder if the two
    conditions are related.

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    • ChildishLouie
    • April 24, 2015
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    What if you’re a overweight and I try to have a nice posture but fall back
    into that hunchback mode, I also did the wall thing and my middle back idk
    sides in the middle started hurting not like omg so much pain but just a
    little also I have like a small ball of fat too in my back by my neck I’m
    guessing that’s the thing u were saying .

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    • Rosalyn Antonio
    • April 24, 2015
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    Forward Head Posture Correction (Anti-Ageing Must):
    http://youtu.be/4uzd_nFzj0Y

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    • Sarah Buxton
    • April 24, 2015
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    When you said “You might’ve seen in your mother”, hate to admit this, but I
    can see how my mother has treated (or mistreated) her body, and I’m looking
    this up to avoid the same fate… sounds awful, but it’s an amazing way to
    ‘see the future’.

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    • Michael Knights
    • April 24, 2015
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    Forward Head Posture Correction (Anti-Ageing Must)

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    • Sergey Davys
    • April 24, 2015
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    Hello, my name is Ally and I have been having a bit of pain in my back and
    neck. Not to mention I got a hump too, on top of all that I been having a
    numbness in my fingers, especially when I sleep. My question is, will the
    numbness in my fingers will go away by doing this particular exercise? Or
    does my back pain and slouching have anything to do with numbness? Thank
    you very much.

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    • TwistedDiamond
    • April 24, 2015
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    Hi Paula
    Thank you for these videos, I have all the neck and shoulder symptoms
    mentioned throughout and one session has helped already.

    Do you have any videos or advice on coccyx pain?

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    • Waddah Fatany
    • April 24, 2015
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    i love your videos, but i have to ask does this also improve my back
    posture, i have a slouched posture i don’t feel confident with how i look,
    i’ve tried support belts but it didn’t do much. what do you recommend?

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    • LaZzYChimp
    • April 24, 2015
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    Hey, do you think someone with a Forward Head Posture can grow a tiny bit
    taller by correcting it? :)

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    • Alan Navarre
    • April 24, 2015
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    Thank you for this. I’ve already allowed my neck and posture to hang so
    much that I wake up nearly daily now with neck and head pains. Being at a
    computer for hours at a time, I can never seem to adjust or improve my
    current setup enough to help with it.

    Figuring out how many pillows to use when I sleep is also a nightmare. Too
    few and I can’t sleep due to my breathing. Too many and my neck and back
    are in terrible pain the next day. I never used to feel this stiff when I
    was younger because I was more active. These exercises seem very relaxing
    when I do them with little to no strain.

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    • lionandlamb3
    • April 24, 2015
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    Where are you located, I wish I could come see you. I’m in NYC. If not,
    just this question at the moment and then I’ll subscribe to your
    newsletter: I am 61 with flat back syndrome (also a long history of
    musculoskeletal problems, herniated disc surgeries, PMR, fibromyalgia). Do
    you think that flat back can be rectified with exercises (I’m puzzled as to
    why my D.O. of 20+ years never told me I had it or addressed it as
    something I could help myself with), and at my age? Thank you Paula.

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    • kenzo4211
    • April 24, 2015
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    iv been doing this for 3 weeeks and there no improvement

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    • epiphoney
    • April 24, 2015
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    Raising your chest has no effect on forward neck bend. I wish my yoga
    teacher knew that.

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    • Scottosphere
    • April 24, 2015
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    Very helpful and thorough! Thank you.

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    • takeapes11
    • April 24, 2015
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    thanks doctor, but when im trying this excerise, i feel super tired on my
    neck, shoulders and back….. what should i do?

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    • silver wolf
    • April 24, 2015
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    How long is it gonna take to be corrected, l know it depends on the
    condition , but in general ??

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    • belayasova
    • April 24, 2015
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    i also have hyperlordosis (self-diagnosed) of my lower back, and doing this
    type of exercise using a wall has always been a problem. is there anything
    i can do differently?

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