Poor posture causes following problem:-

1. Foot Problems:

Heel pain, also known as planter fasciitis is often the result of foot probation. As the foot probates the arch collapses and elongate. This puts stretch (traction) and strain on the ligaments running from the heel to the toes. Prolonged strain on the heel bone may develop a bony growth right in the centre of the heel called a heel spur.

Flat Feet, also known as peps planes, caused by excessive probation of the feet (foot rolls inwards), causing the foot’s arch to collapse and elongate. Symptoms range from sore/tired feet to general leg fatigue and body aches.


Ball-Of-Foot Pain:

There are generally two types of ball-of-foot pain which are often difficult to differentiate. They are metatarsalgia and Morton’s neuroses.

The former has a burning sensation, and commonly occurs from rotation and dropping (planter flexion) of the metatarsal bones along with excess phonation and weakening of the ligaments and muscles.

2. Knee Problems:


Patellae-Formal Syndrome. This type of knee pain is commonly caused by rolling inwards of the foot (excessive phonation). As the foot rolls in, the lower leg internally rotates, putting forces on the knee cap and weakening the muscle structures causing pain in the knee.

3. Leg Pain:

All of these conditions are often mistaken. The pain of the former is often associated with the outside of the leg, which is very painful to touch. Runners often experience this condition.

Sciatica. This refers to a neurotic pain along the course of the sciatic nerve. Pain extends down the back of the sciatic nerve. Pain extends down the back of the thigh and lower leg to the sole of the foot its cause can be varied, from infection or inflammation, to skeletal or muscular compression or tension.


Shin Splints. There refers to pain on either the anterior (front) or posterior (rear) surfaces of the shin bone (tibia). They are often experienced by active sports people especially runners or walkers.

4. Lower Back Pain:

Lumbosacral Strain is the most common type of lower back pain, and is postural in origin (the other not considered are primarily postural problem, but they’re often associated with alignment and muscular imbalance problems that affect those condition).

5. Mid & Upper Back Pain:


Lord Sis, when the pelvis has an anterior tilt (forward lean) the lower back arches forward into a position of lord sis. As well as posterior compression of the vertebra and articulation facets, there is tension on the ligaments in the lumbar area. Another cause of lower back pain.

Hypnosis. The outward curvature of the spine is normal to a slight degree. Increased hypnosis of the upper back, the most common form of hypnosis, occurs frequently in post menopausal women who suffer from osteoporosis.

6. Shoulder & Arm Pain:

Localized or radiating pain in the arm is often the result of faulty alignment that causes compression or tension on nerves, blood vessels or supporting muscles and tendons. The faulty alignment often involves the neck, upper back and shoulder, and treatment has to take into consideration all three areas.


Teres Syndrome (also known as the Quadrilateral Space Syndrome). This is another nerve entrapment by muscular imbalance and poor postural alignment; it results in shoulder pain and limited joint movement.

7. Neck Pain and Headaches:

There are normally two types of pain associated with neck pain. One is associated with muscles tightness and the other with muscle strain. Tightness of the back neck muscles are often found with people with a forward head and round upper back. Headaches are often associated with muscle tightness. The occupational nerve passes between two neck muscles (semispinalis capitis and upper trapeziums) at the base of the skull.