How many people realize how significant poor posture can be to your overall health? It’s a topic that gets dismissed by most people including the health care community at large. I am certain that chiropractors are by far the leading authority on this subject. However, it has come to my attention after seeing hundreds of patients that have previously seen other chiropractors that they are never made aware of their poor posture and muscular imbalances. This can have a long term negative impact on the overall health and function of the body as a whole.
My goal here is to make you aware of the 7 Simple Steps to Solving Neck & Back Pain. Let me preface this statement by stating that it is always a good measure to see your chiropractor regarding your posture in addition to applying these 7 Simple Steps so that you are aware of how to correct them.
The typical posture seen at my office are patients that present with a mild to moderate forward head carriage, rounded shoulders, slumped and slouched appearance, and often patients with anterior pelvic tilt. There are many causes of these imbalances. Mostly, they are caused by adaptively deconditioned muscles secondary to chronically poor posture. In a nutshell, that is the cause of most musculoskeletal complaints than one could possibly imagine. The sad truth is it doesn’t get the attention that it requires to correct it so relapses almost always reoccur.
Consider the body as a dynamic mechanical piece of machinery. It is designed in such a magnificent way that there are infinite capabilities and positions that can be attained to accomplish unlimited tasks. If there is any disruption in the mechanics of this structure there will eventually be perpetual weaknesses and dysfunctions that will ultimately lead to injury. You cannot impose abnormal stresses through an imbalanced machine of precision and expect there to be no consequences. This principle parallels the exact cause/causes of the different conditions I see in my office. This is why many people enter with acute and chronic neck pain, lower back pain, shoulder pain, and headaches.
We must supply the body with what it requires in order avoid the unnecessary wear and tear that occurs from having poor posture. With the foregoing and following information you will be armed with a higher level of knowledge to prevent suffering from the annoying aches and pains from having poor posture.
As promised, here are the 7 Simple Steps to Solving Back Pain:
If you are looking to alleviate symptoms relating to headaches, neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, or you would like to address postural issues then please feel free to contact Rivano Chiropractic Health Center, LLC and speak with Dr. Anthony Rivano about your concerns. He is a Board Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician located in Florham Park, NJ and has helped hundreds of patients overcome their aches and pains as well as enhance their quality of life under his care. He can be reached at (973) 845-6282 or via email at email@example.com. To learn more about Dr. Rivano visit http://chiropractorflorhampark.com/chiropractor-florham-park/.