Three Things You Didn't Know About Your Thoracic Spine and Why You Should Find Out Today!

1. It's located between your neck and low back and underneath your shoulder blades.  Therefore, the thoracic spine directly affects the upper and lower spine as well as the shoulder. Ever have back or neck pain?  It could be directly related to your thoracic spine.


2. It's highly affected by your posture. Maintaining a neutral spine allows you to decrease strain on the low back and neck.  To do this, pull the shoulder blades together decreasing the roundness in the mid back and bring the neck in alignment with the rest of the spine.


3. By improving your thoracic mobility you can improve your posture, decrease your neck and back pain and improve the health of your spine allowing you to do the things you love without pain and discomfort  The thoracic spine is especially important if you are a golfer, volleyball, baseball, basketball, football player or runner and many other athletes not listed.


Go Back


Blog Search