Understanding Poor Posture

With the advancement of technology, thousands of Canadians are suffering from poor posture each year. Unfortunately, bad posture leads to many health complications including joint degeneration, spinal dysfunction, respiratory problems, and high blood pressure, amongst other things. By understanding the causes of bad posture, posture-related problems can be rectified.

Being in a bad posture all the time stresses body parts like the neck, back, and shoulders to carry the more unwanted weight that they wouldn’t have to if you make your posture right. This habit is the cause of pain all the time. Moreover, poor posture not only brings pain, but it can majorly affect your health, how we live, and how we feel every day.

Poor Posture Causes

Postural imbalance affects us in many ways. It can cause soreness, muscle pain, poor digestion, fatigue, and even low self-esteem. Poor posture also comes from a variety of factors such as doing simple tasks such as sitting down or serious situations such as figuring in an accident. Poor posture can cause a variety of other problems as well like back pain and tension headaches because of straining and tightness that comes from putting stress on incorrect muscles and joints. 

These are a few causes of poor posture:

1.   Whiplash

2.   Feeling stressed

3.   Using your phone

4.   Carrying a heavy bag

5.   Old age and extra weight

6.  Improper sleeping position

 Physiotherapy for Posture Correction

Improving your posture is the simplest and smartest method to improve all your body functions from breathing and digestion to hormone production and even strengthening your immune system.

Physiotherapy can help correct bad posture with a variety of methods.

At PhysioExperts, we can help with your posture correction through:

· Education and training

· Increasing range of motion

· Manual therapy and massage

· Exercise and stretch recommendations

· Joint mobilization and muscle stimulation

· Corrective exercises to improve strength and flexibility

Physiotherapists are trained experts and know how tissues and joint structures work together. Hence, they recommend body stretches and exercises to remove excess body stress on the parts where you experience pain. Having a good posture is all about correct alignment and muscle strength. As physiotherapists, we ensure your body is aligned and try to prevent such conditions from developing further body disorders.

Having a good posture is essential not only to look elegant but also to cure posture-related pain, injuries, and fatigue.

Worried about your body posture or alignment, contact PhysioExperts today. We help you improve your posture with a dedicated treatment plan.

Having expertise in poor posture physiotherapy and posture correction therapy, PhysioExperts uses a variety of techniques including balance exercises, stability balls, stretches, and other movement therapies to improve your posture and bring a patient’s body back to its full function equilibrium.

PhysioExperts

Patient-centric care is our top priority at PhysioExperts Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Centre. PhysioExperts have mastered the art of understanding the psyche of our clients and accordingly providing them with the care and affection they deserve.

We head up with the mission of always staying honest to our roots and focusing on providing the top-most care to our clients.

Our vision of integrating health and wellness puts our patients as our priority. We keep on delivering optimal health care with the support of our skilled physiotherapists.

Some of the reasons why clients choose us are:

● Personalized treatment

● App-based Prescription

● Direct billing to most insurance companies

● No Referral needed

Experience the world-class physiotherapy treatment at PhysioExperts.

Get personalized treatment by our qualified Physiotherapists.

Book a FREE Consultation Now.

If you have pain or struggle to maintain a balanced posture, book an appointment to see one of our experienced therapists.

For appointment and inquiries,

Call Us: 613-672-6000

Drop us an email: info@physioexperts.ca

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