Computerised Posture Scan

Accurate Postural Assessment


Good posture is simple and eloquent by design in form and function. The body is designed to have the head, rib cage and pelvis perfectly balanced upon one another in both the front and side views.

If the posture is deviated from normal, then the spine is also deviated from the normal healthy position.

Unfortunately, abnormal posture has been associated with the development and progression of many spinal conditions and injuries: increased muscle activity and disc injury, scoliosis, work lifting injuries, sports injuries, back pain, neck pain, headaches, carpal tunnel symptoms, shoulder and ankle injuries as well as many other conditions.

Additionally, postural abnormalities in adolescent years have been recognized as one of the sources of pain syndromes and early arthritis in adulthood. Therefore, posture should be checked and corrected in children before more serious problems can occur.

Your Posture Viewed From The Front


Posture front view

Head is not shifted significantly left or right.
Head is tilted 2.3° right.

Shoulders are shifted 0.6 cm right.
Shoulders are not tilted.

Rib cage is shifted 1.4 cm left.

Hips are shifted 1.4 cm right. Hips are not tilted.

Posture Index® Values:
Front View

Total shifts: 3.45cm | Total tilts: 2.3°

Your Posture Viewed From The Side


Your head weighs appromimately 4.5kg.
It is shifted 3.7 cm forward.

Based on physics, your head now effectively weighs 11.0 kg instead of 4.5 kg.

Shoulders are shifter 1.0 cm backward.

Hips are shifted 0.5 cm forward.

Knees are shifter 0.5 cm forward.

Posture Index® Values:
Side View

Total shifts: 5.69cm | Total tilts: 17.1°

Effective Head Weight 11 kg

Your PostureScreen evaluation demonstrates that you have postural abnormalities. In the future, structural deviations could cause you symptoms of pain as well as a myriad of other health problems. Consequently, it is advised that you complete a thorough clinical evaluation with a health care and/or fitness professional trained in postural corrective techniques.

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