Posture Related Problems

Over time, poor posture may be caused by habits from everyday activities such as sitting at a desk, looking at the computer, driving, standing for long periods of time, or even sleeping. Poor posture can easily become second nature, causing or aggravating episodes of back pain and damaging spinal structures. Physiotherapists can teach you the correct tools to promote a better posture and therefore decrease your risk for aches, pains and sporting injuries caused by bad posture. A correct posture means that the key body parts stack vertically on top of each other therefore maintaining the two natural curves at your back. There are 5 key benefits from maintaining a good posture:
  • Facilitates breathing
  • Increases concentration and thinking ability
  • Improve your image
  • Feel even better about yourself
  • Avoid health complications (increased risks of slipped disc, back aches, back pain, pressure inside your chest, poor blood circulation)

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