Upper Crossed Syndrome I

A few weeks back we took a look at Lower Crossed Syndrome (Part I / Part II) in which the glutes and rectus abdominus are weak and inhibited and the hip flexors, and lumbar erectors are tight and overactive.  Today, we’ll look at that equivalent in the upper body.  Again this is the pioneering work of Vladamir Janda.  He was one of the first therapists to …