Thanks but I live in the UK and I guess you live in the US so would not be able to recommend one. Let me know if I’, incorrect.
I have seen a physiotherapist about knee pain but they never mentioned my posture being poor.
They recommended I stretched my ITB, quads, hamstrings and calves and do some wall squats as well as “the clam” exercise which I think strengthens hip abductors.
I did this and it’s helped to some degree (I get less knee pain but still get lower back pain) and my feet still point outward. I also do not feel not progressing any further on my stretches (although I guess it’s hard to gauge.)
I know my posture is poor due to the fact I’ve read my feet should point straight outward and hands should be facing each other by my sides rather than facing backwards and I’ve definitely been guilty of slouching and spending a lot of time behind a desk in the past. I now tend to get injuries very easily which I’m sure is down to my bad posture habits.