In general, you will have a postural dysfunction in one of four places: - The Neck - The Shoulders - The Upper Back - The Lower Back
If your neck sticks out over your shoulders, and there is an excessive arch in your neck, you have forward head posture
Out of all the postural inefficiencies – the rounded thoracic spine is probably the most prevalent. This is when your upper back is excessively rounded.
Internally rotated shoulders can occur independently or in conjunction with a rounded thoracic spine. The shoulder joint is pulled forward in the socket
Anterior pelvic tilt, aka lordosis, is one of the more common causes of low back pain in young adults. Too much sitting is usually the culprit.