Posture - QS Study
QS Study


Unconscious adjustment of the tone of muscle accompanying every movement is called posture. It is the position in which someone holds their body when standing or sitting. It is a significant element of your long-term health. Making sure that you hold your body the right way, whether you are moving or still, can prevent pain, injuries, and other health problems.

Purpose – Making movement smooth and accurate and maintain the equilibrium.


Your spine has three natural curves – at your neck, mid back, and low back. Correct posture should maintain these curves, but not increase them. Posture is maintained by the integrative action of –

  • Spinal cord,
  • Brain stem,
  • Cerebellum,
  • Cerebral cortex

Proper posture:

  • helps decrease the abnormal wearing of joint surfaces that could result in arthritis.
  • prevents the spine from becoming fixed in abnormal positions.
  • prevents strain or overuse problems.
  • prevents a backache and muscular pain.

Proper posture requirements:

  • Good muscle flexibility
  • Strong postural muscles
  • A balance of muscles on both sides of the spine