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Postural Reeducation

By Steven Novella, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurology, Yale University School of Medicine

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Postural reeducation (a manipulative and body-based practice) uses movement and touch to help people relearn healthy posture, move more easily, and become more aware of their body. The therapies involved seek to release habitual, harmful ways of holding the body by focusing on awareness through movement.

The effectiveness of postural reeducation is not clear.