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12 Steps to BETTER Posture

Good posture demonstrates confidence, pain free movement, balance and enhanced physiologic function of your body.

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Posture is the position in which you hold your body upright against gravity while standing, sitting or lying down.
Good posture involves training your body to stand, walk, sit and lie in positions where the least strain is placed on supporting muscles and ligaments
during movement or weight-bearing activities.Maintaining good posture involves training your body to move and function where the least strain is placed on the body.


Check your posture … Stand in front of a mirror…Keep your shoulders back and relaxed.
•Pull in your abdomen at all times.
•Keep your feet approximately hip distance apart.
•Balance your weight evenly on both of your feet.
•Let your hands hang naturally at your sides.
•Try not to tilt your head forward, backward or sideways, and make sure your knees are relaxed and not tight.

Do you feel like you are swaying, having difficulties standing still.
When you look in the mirror is your head off to one side, are your shoulders not level.
Does one hip appear higher than the other one?

Call today for your extensive Postural Assessment today!

The Posture Health Connection

There is an epidemic in our society that is causing sickness and disease. The research demonstrates that 90% of the population presents with postural distortions that will negatively affect their health. If postural degeneration of the spine doesn’t get corrected, it inevitably gets worse with time. We don’t want to see happen to you, what happens to most people. Once the postural distortions get worse, patients experience pain and symptoms, diminishing their overall quality of life. Because when it comes to your health you can’t afford to let it get worse, isn’t health the greatest asset that you have?

What is Health?

The World Health Organization describes health as a state of complete physical, mental and social function, and not merely the absence of sickness and disease. Our health, therefore, is not just how we look or how we feel, it is how well the body is functioning. If health is 100% function of the body, our goals to improve health should thus be to optimize the function of the body. That is the purpose of Posturology, to remove postural distortions of the spinal column that are preventing your body from functioning at its maximal potential. Proper spinal alignment produces better body function.