Have you been noticing that your posture doesn't look very good? Has someone noticed that your head is pushing more forward than usual? Do you find yourself slouching more with a work from home lifestyle? If so, you're not alone. Many people in downtown Toronto suffer from bad posture.
Bad posture can lead to a variety of issues including neck pain, low back pain, mid back pain, shoulder pain, foot pain, knee pain or even hip pain. Good posture on the other hand helps to alleviate many of these issues along with conveying confidence to those around you.
Bad posture often stems from being out of proper alignment. Spinal misalignment can result in visible postural imbalances. The longer you stay out of good alignment, the more weight and force is placed into areas that don't normal hold up that weight. Muscles begin to strain, tighten up and swell in a response to trying to hold you upright when you are in bad posture.
At our chiropractic clinic in Toronto, one of our major focuses is on posture correction. We utilize an advanced chiropractic technique known as Chiropractic Biophysics. These technique helps us to build an incredible foundation for postural correction.
Correcting postural issues starts with a thorough examination and spinal x-rays. This helps us to identify underlying issues as to what is causing the postural imbalances. Spinal x-rays help us to determine what level of correction is also possible. In rare cases, some postural imbalances are not possible to correct and it's important to know that so we can communicate to your proper expectations from your care. If you would like to read more about what to expect when you come in to our clinic, click here.
We have an excellent record of correction bad posture at our chiropractic clinic. As a result, many of our patients live a happier life with better posture.
If you would like to schedule an appointment at our clinic, please feel free to contact us at 416-504-8880 and we will be happy to get you started on your journey to better posture!
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