Spinal balance requires that the weight of the head lines up over the spine and that
the upper part of the spine lines up over the pelvis. The pelvis should then be
lined up over the ankles. This optimal alignment should be seen looking at a person
from front-to-back and also from the side. If there is poor spinal balance the muscles
must work to support the head neck and spine. They become tight and painful. The
joints and discs of the spine are subject to excessive wear and tear leading to pre-mature
degeneration. Long lasting pain relief is difficult without correction of abnormal
Abnormal Spinal Balance Causes or Contributes to Many of The Following...