When I go through a consultation with a new patient, one of the most important topics we cover is trauma history. When discussing traumas, most people think of things like car accidents, broken bones, slips and falls, and concussions. These are undoubtedly important, and anything noteworthy should be discussed with your doctor before moving on, however, these are not the only traumas worth noting. These events are called macrotraumas, as in there was a one-time injury that caused significant body damage. However, one type of traumas often overlooked is microtraumas, repeated movements or posture-related issues that can have long-standing effects on our health.