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Nov 11, 2019
Have you ever thought about your Mother’s advice about making a good first impression? ‘Sit up straight and pull your shoulders back’!
Of course good posture looks nice, but its real importance is much more than cosmetic. What most people fail to notice is that your posture is merely a reflection of your spine. If your posture is out of balance on the outside, chances are it is because your spine is out of balance on the inside and it is unlikely to get better on its own.
The good news is help is at hand: At Chiropractic Balance specialise in examining your body as a whole to get to the cause of your poor posture.
We want to improve your posture and keep you like that so you can keep doing the things you enjoy.
If you have posture concerns, at your first visit we will review your history and do a thorough examination to see if imbalance is causing your poor posture. If we can help, we will begin working on correcting it. But we don’t stop there, we look at your lifestyle for what might have caused the posture problems in the first place.
We help you focus on making supportive changes that can include exercise, nutrition, posture advice and wellbeing.
Save time, and book online today to see one of our Chiropractors
To get started, either book an appointment through our online system, or send us a message and we’ll contact you
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More questions? Find out more about your first visit, or take our Quiz to find out if Chiropractic Balance can help you.
How can I assess my own posture?
Check out blog post below, “Perfect Posture – why your mother was right” for our guide to checking and assessing your posture
Am I too old to improve my posture?
You are never too old to begin working on your posture. We have seen great changes with many patients in their 8th and 9th decade. Unfortunately, the longer the posture has been out of balance, the longer it takes which is why we encourage children and babies to get checked.
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