Improve Posture2018-11-29T05:25:43+00:00

Unhealthy Posture

Improve Your Posture with Help from a Chiropractor

A good posture ensures that when you walk, sit, stand, and lie down the least amount of strain is placed on the spine, ligaments, and muscles of your body. If you can train your body into adapting a good posture while in all positions whether you are sitting, standing, walking, or sleeping, you will have many benefits. Your bones and joints will be in correct alignment and the muscles of your body will be used in the proper manner, resulting in fewer backaches and muscle pains.

If you have a bad posture, seeking the treatment of a chiropractor can help you in learning to adapt the proper and posture for your body. There are various exercises and techniques which a chiropractor can use to help you strengthen your core and adjust your body. If your body has a noticeable imbalance of posture, you need to seek help from a chiropractor immediately because it can have serious effects. Your spine can be affected from your incorrect posture as well as your whole nervous system.

Postural Issues

A chiropractor can help you address a number of postural problems. Some of the common postural problems include Kyphosis, pelvic unleveling, forward head posture, scoliosis, and damage to the mid back, lower back, and normal curvature of the neck. All these and any other issues related to bad posture can be treated by getting chiropractic care.

Chiropractic Analysis

When you visit Dr. Roman at Roman Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Center, she will follow a sequence of procedures to create a treatment plan just for you. Starting with gaining an insight into your medical history and current issues plaguing you following with an assessment of your spine alignment and observation of your posture (how you sit, stand, and walk). Depending on what is observed, additional tests may be conducted, including tests of flexibility and mobility, muscle length and strength, neurological, and orthopaedic testing.

The extensive review is done in order to ensure that your treatment is specific to you – chiropractic care is not a one-size-fits-all solution for all health concerns that appear similar.