Our expert says:
'A very slight lateral scoliosis'will inevitably contribute to your aches and pains but it is important to be aware of your posture at all times, whether static at work or dynamic whilst exercising. If stiffness and immobility increase within the body symptoms will appear eventually. Pay close attention to your posture, try regular low impact aerobic activity such as cycling, try Tai Chi to help with your balance and avoid any unatural movement such as lifting your leg upsideways or end of range joint movements in Yoga. Of course to gain a full understanding of your restricions of mobility and pain I would advise you to consult with your local osteopath.
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