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Poor Posture


Posture is the window to the spine. Poor posture can indicate underlying problems with a person’s spine and/or nervous system.

One of the first indicators of poor posture is a slouching or forward head posture. This posture will cause more strain on the neck and shoulder muscles. It also increases the weight bearing on the discs and can lead to premature arthritis of the neck or even more seriously, a bulging disc. There are many causes of poor posture including car accidents, sports injuries, working with computers, and decreased bone density. Our daily habits can change the relationship between our vertebrae and their interaction with each other. Chiropractors analyze posture and spinal problems and focus on correcting those that contribute to poor posture. By changing the relationship of the bones through chiropractic adjustments, poor posture can be corrected and reversed.


Bad Posture Equals Bad Health

(NaturalNews) Bad posture is a modern day health epidemic that is much worse than most people naturally assume. Posture is the window into your spine. The spine has a powerful relationship with the brain, spinal cord, and overall organ function. This intimate connection means that poor posture and spinal health will lead to an overall decrease in brain and organ function.

Some chiropractors specialize in corrective care techniques that reduce or eliminate forward head posture and restore the natural curves of the body. This is done through gentle & specific adjustments that take pressure off of the brain stem and nerve pathways and enhance function to the body. Corrective rehabilitative exercises are prescribed to address postural abnormalities and create lasting objective postural and x-ray changes. Specialized chiropractors are able to demonstrate… Read More
Adjusting Ideas About Children’s Health Care

Your child may have digestive trouble — like constipation, reflux or colic. Perhaps asthma or allergies make your little one irritable.

Or maybe you’ve noticed that your baby just isn’t eating or sleeping as well as you would like. You could talk to your pediatrician or consult a baby care book.

But there’s another option: pediatric chiropractic care.

Although it’s not the first option on many parents’ minds, chiropractic care for infants and children is an important facet of health and wellness for kids starting at the youngest ages, said chiropractors locally and at a national organization.

Chiropractors can help children’s posture as they grow, straightening out the damage… Read More