Poor posture is a problem that you’re usually aware of but one that you don’t think you can do much about.
Thinking about sitting or standing with good posture is great until you get distracted and forget about it.
Poor posture treatment focuses on identifying the joints and muscles which have been affected in your spine and are leading to your posture problems so that they can be corrected to allow you to maintain good posture all the time.
Don’t let poor posture put unnecessary tension and stress on your body which can cause discomfort or lead to pain in the future
Poor posture not only makes you look but also feel older. Sitting and standing taller naturally allows you to display confidence that poor posture does not.
Allow your body to maintain good posture throughout the day when your sitting or standing for long periods.
Sometimes, it’s hard to know what treatment is right for you. Chiropractor, physio, g.p., exercise, massage…it’s difficult to know which one is best.
Book a free 15 min no obligation phone consultation with one of our experts to help identify your problem and see which treatment option is best for you. If we can help we’ll let you know. If we can’t we’ll point you in the right direction so you know exactly what you can do.
Poor posture is becoming a bigger issue as you sit for longer periods of time both at home and work.
Whether its causing you pain or not, the more your body slumps, the more pressure you put on your joints and muscles, which over time leads to pain and more significant changes.
If you notice that your posture is gradually getting worse chances are it may be due to a structural change in your spine. By finding the specific changes in your spine causing your poor posture we can help improve and fix the problem so you can maintain good posture all the time.
We ask specific questions to identify the most likely cause of your poor posture and whether its causing or may cause any pain or discomfort
After your history, we perform tests which target different postural muscles and joints to see how they have changed your posture in both the short and long term
Based on your history and examination we'll give you a specific diagnosis so you understand exactly what is causing your poor posture and how we can help to change it
You will receive treatment specific to your postural problems which focus on improving your posture and helping it to stay there in the long term.