So... for the past few years I have noticed that my right shoulder hangs about two inches lower then my left. Resulting in a much less desirable apperence of my upper body. I have poped the shoulder in and out a few times in the past but I don't have any pain in it and it is my doninate (stronger) side. The muscle development on my left side seems to be a few steps ahead of my right expcially my pecks. I consciously trying to currect the posture when it falls out but that is a 24/7 job. Do you have any idea what this problem my be attributed to and how to currect it? Thanks

Posted By Jon on June 27, 2009 at 19:52:00:

The Achillotrain has a viscoelastic heel-wedge to raise the heel for relief of Achilles tendon. A silicone insert on the back of the Achillotrain leaves tendon pressure-free and provides intermittent compression for the reduction of swelling and edema.

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