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Proper Posture and Your Health

Charlotte Posture Correction Clinic

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Read About Children and Backpack Posture

 

Posture is simply the characteristic way in which you carry your body.  Correct posture requires proper alignment of the body's structures both in motion and at rest.  This requires not only the alignment of various structures, but also balance and coordination of the body's systems.  These structures include extremities, muscles and spinal structures, as well as, behavioral and psychological factors.

 

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These are just some of the conditions that can result from poor posture and its' causes:

SCOLIOSIS - Curvature of the spine when viewed from the front or back. 

STIFFNESS - This can be in various parts of the body, including muscles and joints.

BACK & NECK PAIN - Loss of proper alignment of the body's weight bearing structures including alignment of extremities.

HEADACHES - Stress and strain from tissues and changes in weight bearing.

LEG TENSION - Can be due to misalignment of lower extremity bones, as well as, compression of nerves in lower back area.

RESTRICTED BREATHING - Restriction in the movement of the spine and rib cage structures

 

Correction of Poor Posture:

 

Correction and maintainence of proper posture involves the evaluation of several areas.  Some of those are included below:

  • Spinal Alignment

  • Weight Loss

  • Computer Workstations

  • Muscle Imbalance

  • Exercise

  • Extremity Alignment

  • Clothing

  • Footwear

  • Correct Sitting

  • Diet

  • Behavior

  • Pychological Factors

  • Stress

..........and more

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