How To Improve Posture
Getting the right advice about how to improve your posture can be much harder than you may think. At Cotham Rd Osteopathy we strongly believe that the body has a unique ability to heal itself. When we are working with posture correction and trying to improve poor posture we are using our manual therapy techniques to simply facilitate the bodies healing process.
Unfortunately there are thousands of people who unnecessarily suffer from bad posture back pain. There are a number of different ways to improve bad posture but most cases will differ depending on the individual’s circumstances.
This is where our clinics broad range of posture assessment, posture correction, back posture education and ongoing exercises to improve posture really come to the fore. The question of how to improve posture is something that we take seriously, we also have great pride in our ability to continually help people correct their posture and get rid of any ongoing pain and problems it may have caused.
Many of our patients come to us as a ‘last ditch’ effort to get over their posture problems. After trying drugs, resting and many other methods they are amazed to find that after one or two Osteopathy treatments they can already notice a dramatic improvement in their posture and well being. Helping a client who thinks they are beyond help is one of the true pleasures of our occupation and clinic.
Because Osteopathy is a ‘whole body’ system of therapy that incorporates the body’s natural ability to heal itself we are able to produce some great results for our clients. When finding ways to improve posture we use a range of different techniques in order to come up with the most complete treatment. From Musculo-skeletal to more uncommon problems we make sure we find out how to improve posture in all types of situations.
If you are looking for a way to help improve your posture then we would encourage you to give us a call and discuss your issues in detail. We look forward to seeing you at the clinic and helping you with any posture concerns that you may have.