“Poor” posture is defined as when our spine is positioned in unnatural positions, in which the curves are emphasized and this results in the joints, muscles and vertebrae being in stressful positions. Unfortunately, poor posture and the pain associated with it is quite common. Modern day posture, or lack thereof, is a major contributing factor to the back and neck pain millions of Americans experience on a daily basis.
There are posture corrector devices that can help you improve your posture and relieve any pain associated with it. Here is some more information on posture and how you can take the first step to improving it over time.