Posture affects us all to a lesser or greater extent, the problem is that we often spend more than 10-12 hours a day with little or no movement in positions of poor posture.
Over time, certain muscles start to work a little harder, whilst others do less work. Over time this changes the balance and load across the joints. Left long enough, our joints and bones start to mould to the shape that our posture dictates, added to which, it is accompanied with aches and pains and more painful episodes that come and go.
The solution is to address the muscle imbalance and create an exercise programme, combined with hands on adjustments, that changes the status quo over time. In so doing, you will be lifting much of the tension from the neck and shoulders especially, lowering the chances of progressive osteoarthritis.