Chin Tuck | Fight The Fuse

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Chin Tuck[1]

Benefits of exercise:

  • Helps maintain good posture and prevents forward poking of chin.

Repetition recommended:

  • 3 to 5 times.


  • Keep eyes level – do not look down to the floor or tip head up to ceiling.
  • Keep shoulders still.
  • Keep mouth shut throughout the exercise.
  • Maintain neutral spine position throughout movement.
  • Ensure slow, continuous movement throughout.
  • You should feel an upward stretch up the back of the neck.


  • If you experience dizziness, stop the exercise and contact your doctor.

Ask your Rheumatologist for biologics that slow down spinal fusion.

Arm Opening

Daily Exercise Routine

Double Arm Raises


  1. Back to Action. NAAS. Available [Online] at: Accessed on 7 May 2019

Disclaimer: This is a graphical representation of an Ankylosing Spondylitis patient. Always seek medical advice from your Rheumatologist/Physiotherapist before undertaking any physical activity. The content on this website is not a substitute for any medical advice.