Posture, appearing in the usual pose of a man, is of great biological importance. Features of posture are associated with the state of the neuromuscular system, psychological features, elasticity of intervertebral discs, and functional properties of the spine and pelvis. It is a complex marker, allowing to estimate overall health. When it is normal, then the condition usually is not serious. Changing posture takes place throughout life. The basis of the appearance of posture disorders can be long-term, not physiological postures when the musculoskeletal system is experiencing a strong load. Challenging posture in both planes negatively affects health. The appearance of posture disorders associated with changing the physiological bends of the spine, worsen the state of health. The curvature of the spine is called scoliosis. It is a severe progressive disease of the spine that occurs quite often and is a lateral bending and twisting of the vertebrae around a vertical axis. Changes in the spine on the background of aging often strongly violate posture. Older people gradually form rounded back and increased cervical and lumbar lordosis, which significantly violates the general health of the person and reduces the forthcoming life expectancy.