The study began in 1989, over 2900 pregnant women were enrolled in a study at King Edward Memorial Hospital ultrasound imaging study. The mothers were assessed during pregnancy and from the mother from the mother and the father, diet, exercise, health, after the children were born, they were assessed at birth, after a year, then two, three and five years old. Further follow-up of the cohort were performed in eight old, now 17 and 20 years.. The Raine Study is carried out jointly by the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research and the School of Women’s and Infant Health at the University of Western Australia.

The results showed there was a clear relationship between BMI and body position.Four main posture groups were defined – neutral, rule and hyperlordotic. These photographs were categorized by angular measurements of the pelvis and the spine of the young people from one side. We found that young people with higher BMI tend with be non-neutral postures, as they more stress on the spine and raise the risk of back pain was Anne Smith, Senior Lecturer in the School of Physiotherapy said. This relationship between BMI and spinal posture is proposed on how it can be increased load on the spine over the growth period to change the structure of the backbone .Language and terminology is standard, facilitating communication and helping to reduce errors and patient safety that could cause to better results This is possible health care. Business in order comply with the patient safety standards and different accredited Jacho groups. GE Healthcare.