The examination to determine Kyphosis is very simple and it can be performed regularly by the parents themselves but also by gymnasts in school. The examination takes only two minutes. It is made up of two partial examinations.
Observation of the child’s body, naked or with a tight T-shirt. Standing up from in front and behind, and the Bending test.
Kyphosis, that is hunching, as observed in an adolescent, is when the shoulders fall forward in general, creating a curve in the back, which, however, is corrected when the adolescent straightens his/her body.