Osteopath Brendon Talbot shares how to correct a neck hump with one daily stretch
How To Fix Your ‘Unsightly’ Neck Bump: Osteopath Shares The One Piece You Should Do Every Day To Relieve The Lump Without Pain
- Osteopath shows exercise to straighten your back
- Brendon Talbot said the daily stretch will improve neck bumps
A top osteopath has shown how you can get rid of a neck bump and improve your posture with one simple movement.
Brendon Talbot, from Canada, is a physician specializing in bone and muscle tissue.
He demonstrated the easy exercise that stretches the muscles in the back of the neck in an online video.
Brendon said daily stretching can also relieve headaches, migraines, neck pain and upper back pain.
He said to tuck your chin in as far as you can and gently push it back and down and then use your other hand to turn the head down.
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Candian osteopath Brendon Talbot (pictured) has shared the one exercise you can do every day to straighten your spine and fix neck bumps
Brendon said that by doing this you should feel a stretch in your neck.
He noted that doing one exercise won’t change your posture, but implementing a daily exercise routine can help improve it over time.
Many of Brendon’s 1.7 million followers were grateful for the advice with one saying: “I needed this.”
‘Thank you! I sent this video to my hunky hunky husband,” a woman replied.
This isn’t the first time Brandon has shared his advice on how to get rid of a neck bump.
He told you to tuck your chin in as far as you can and gently push it back and down and then use your other hand to turn the head down
In a previous clamp he shared another exercise you can do daily to stretch and stretch the spine.
Brendon demonstrated the exercise where you cross your fingers behind your head, tuck in your elbows, and slide them up against a wall toward the ceiling while extending your back.
He recommends doing the stretch a few times a day to get the desired results and said anyone who has trouble performing the exercise against a wall can do it while kneeling on a bench.
The video gained 15.4 million views and 1.3 million likes in just three days after being posted on TikTok, drawing hundreds of appreciative comments.
In a previous video, he shared another stretch you can do to stretch the spine. It involves interlocking your fingers behind your head, tucking your elbows in and sliding them up against a wall
‘Thank you very much for this. I’ve been trying to figure out how to get rid of mine for so long,” said one woman.
“I have such a complex about this. I have long hair and even when it’s super hot I never put my hair up. Thank you..I’ll try this,’ another commented.
Mr Talbot reassured some skeptical commentators who said the technique was not working for them.
“Just because it didn’t crack doesn’t mean it didn’t work. This is a movement we should be doing every day to keep the spine healthy and moving,” he said.