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Just some information for anyone else out there with EDS hypermobility/joint hypermobility and scoliosis and resulting posture problems. I have told EDS doctors for years that I had posture problems but the physical therapy was just to strengthen muscles. I have started posture correction with a new method that uses the ABS instead of the back and it has been great. It takes a bit of getting used to actually sitting and doing things in a new manner but it is well worth it. It is called the Postural Restoration Institute. Definitely worth checking out if you have posture problems and pain.
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