Posture Medic

Injury Prevention

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Benjamin Franklin may have been talking about fire prevention, but his wisdom applies to many walks of life. Avoid most computer-related overuse injuries before they develop into serious problems. Some experts suggest that to reduce your risk you should:

  • Use a properly set-up workstation.
  • Use correct posture including keyboard and pointing device techniques.
  • And most importantly, take frequent rest breaks.


Poor posture arises for two main reasons:

Tight Tonic Muscles — Your tonic muscles are responsible for holding your posture. They can constrict and tighten making it more difficult to achieve and maintain correct posture. You need to stretch these muscles to increase your range of motion so that you can improve your posture.

Weak Phasic Muscles — Your phasic muscles are used for dynamic movement. They can weaken and lengthen, making you more prone to slouching. You need to strengthen them so that your neck and back can maintain proper posture all day.

To offset our modern lifestyle, we need to actively care for our postural muscles. The Posture Medic was created for this purpose. We cannot simply rely on being conscious of our poor posture. Periodically remembering to sit or stand up straight will not create lasting effects. We need to stretchstrengthen and stabilize the region in order to correct poor posture.

  • Use and wear anywhere
  • Immediate Results
  • Suitable for all ages
  • Simple to use
  • 16-page instruction manual included
  • Available in 2 strengths for each size
  • Global patents pending
  • Just 10 minutes per day to better posture and health
  • The ultimate posture solution


Home And Office Posture




Walking OR Standing

The Difference Between: PostureMedic Original VS PostureMedic Plus

Original Strength:

  • Beginner Users
  • Average Joes
  • Desk Jockeys
  • Rehab Applications (light strength) 
  • Kids

Plus Strength:

  • Advanced Users
  • Athletes
  • Stronger Individuals
  • Aggressive “pull” on shoulders
  • Aggressive Reminder