Spine Model, Correctness

Posture correction

Good Posture vs Bad Posture

Posture is the way your body is positioned when you are sitting, standing, or lying down. To have good posture means that your body is positioned in a way that puts the least amount of strain on your muscles and joints. Bad posture may be caused by slouching or slumping for an extended period of time. Bad posture can have a number of effects on your health and body such as muscle tension; neck, back and joint pain; tension headaches and reduced blood circulation.

Treatments to Help Correct Your Posture

At Williams & Locke Physiotherapists, we use a variety of different methods to improve your posture. Here are a few of many examples:

  • Manual therapy and massage
  • Education and training
  • Exercise and stretch recommendations
  • Joint mobilization and muscle stimulation
  • Increasing range of motion
  • Corrective exercises to improve strength and flexibility

Having the correct posture is essential and we are here to help you achieve a better posture and improve your overall health, comfortabily and wellbeing. Visit Williams & Locke Physiotherapists to start your posture correction treatments.