|Rounded lower back||Details|
|Torso collapses forward||Details|
|Forward Head Posture||Details|
|Not engaging core||Details|
|Using Excessive Momentum||Details|
|Sagging lower back|
Too much lumbar lordosis. Not keeping core engaged and spine neutral.
|Arching the upper back|
When clients have poor shoulder mobility they will often arch their mid-upper back to try and compensate when lifting overhead.
|Trendelenburg Hip Drop|
While standing on one leg the client does not maintain a neutral horizontal pelvic position and the elevated hip drops. This contributes to a dysfunctional lower kinetic chain.