Larger breasts can shift your center of gravity forward, leading to a more slouched posture and placing more stress on the neck and upper back. This then has a domino effect on the back muscles. These rhomboid and middle trapezius muscles stabilize the shoulder blades against the thoracic spine.
All of this helps explain why your large breasts cause back pain and why you might experience aches and pains in your shoulders, neck, and even the lower back. To ease these pain symptoms, there are a handful of strategies to incorporate into your daily life.
- Exercise & Rehab
- Sports Medicine
- Pain Management
- Practice Management