Posture

Good posture not only affects your health, but how well your clothes fit.

What People Notice

Slumped shoulders, downcast eyes or a sagging midsection send subtle clues to others around you. Your posture is the first thing people notice about you.

Your posture often reveals underlying spinal problems such as vertebral subluxation. It harms a child’s development, impairs an adult’s mental health and compromises your health.

Thorough Examination

During our examination, we notice postural distortions such as:

  • Head tilt to one side
  • Forward head carriage
  • Lowered shoulder
  • High or rotated hip
  • Unnatural stride
  • Contracted leg length
  • Unusual shoe wear
  • Weight imbalance
Poor posture is one of the ways your body deals with stress. Notice the posture of someone who is depressed, frightened or angry! If the eyes are a window to the soul, then your posture is a window to your health!

 

From the side, the ear, shoulder, hip and ankle should be in aligment.

           

From the front, the ears, shoulder and hips should be even.