When sitting on a swiss ball, proper body mechanics are essential, so you ought to ensure that the ball is appropriately inflated so your knees and hips are at about 90 degrees. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
For correct body mechanics on a swiss ball:
1. Your feet needs to be flat on the ground with a few 90 degree angle at your hips and knees. Your back needs to be in a straight and upright position.
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