headache and posture


Headache and posture are often linked, as poor posture can lead to chronic tension in the neck and upper back. If you spend most of your time sitting at a desk that is not set up for proper ergonomics, you may know the familiar ache that creeps from your shoulders up into your neck and head. Thankfully, a simple exercise program can help to retrain your posture and reduce tension and cervicogenic headaches. 

Barangaroo Physio can assist with both postural retraining and headache treatment. Our experienced practitioners can develop personalised treatment plans to help heal your condition and get you out of pain. 


  • Tension Headache
  • Cervicogenic Headache
  • Migraine
  • Scoliosis 
  • Lordosis 
  • Kyphosis
  • Back Pain
  • Muscle Fatigue & Stiffness

If you have been living with ongoing headache and posture pain, book in to see one of our physiotherapists. We can help you today!


Our bodies are not designed to be stationary. The sedentary way in which we make our bodies sit at a desk for hours is a new phenomenon in our evolutionary story. We should be getting up from our desk and moving every 30 – 40 minutes.

People often ask physiotherapists “what is the best posture to be working in?” The best posture is your next posture, because you will have had to move to get to it. Regular movement is key to good posture.


Our thoracic spine, which is the midsection of our back, is responsible for most of our movement in our midsections. Having good thoracic mobility is key for good posture, overhead movements, and many other sports.

Long hours of work and poor posture can lead to increased stiffness =  poor movement  = injury, discomfort, and possibly poorer sporting performance. Here are my top 4 mobility exercises to keep your thoracic mobility in check! 


Lower back pain is a common occurrence in the general population and is something that can become chronic if it remains untreated. But what are some symptoms besides just uncomfortable sensations in your back? 


Clinical pilates is a wide umbrella term for a variety of strength and mobility exercises. This makes it the ideal workout to do if you would like a program tailored specifically to you and your abilities. There are so many benefits to clinical pilates here are just a handful of them.