Many people with bad posture may not even realize it. Those with prolonged bad posture can become normalized with the quality of their life and are unable to see the issues at hand. While a hunched back or slouched shoulders may visually represent bad posture, nagging pain, headache, fatigue, and muscle soreness are internalized signs of a need for posture correction. When your body aches you need to listen!
The effects of poor posture are widespread. Here are some examples of poor posture and its results:
Dr. Griffin and Dr. De Sesa at Back to Health Chiropractic are professionally trained to identify and treat posture related issues. Posture correction can take many forms.
First and foremost is understanding that one’s posture is in need of change. This small mental commitment to correcting posture will do more for your health and future than any treatment could.
Once it’s understood that posture correction is the path to take, Back to Health Chiropractic can employ a variety of techniques to help alleviate built up tension in muscles and loosening spinal and skeletal misalignments.
Beyond physical therapy comes posture correction in the form of ergonomics. From using the correct chair for spinal support with armrests, to sitting with your feet flat on the floor, Dr. Griffin and Dr. De Sesa can show you how to properly use these techniques and many more to reinforce posture correction.