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Upper Back


Typists, hairdressers and other who lean forward constantly in their work often develop upper back pain, due to the tendency of collagen to undergo ‘creep’ when a constant force is applied. This means that the supraspinous ligament is ‘too long’ and paraspinal muscles must work harder than normal to maintain posture. This is one of the easiest areas to treat with prolotherapy.