The way we hold our bodies throughout the day really matters!
Feel your best while improving your emotional & mental well-being.
Am I a Candidate?
When weakness, pain, and difficulty with movement & activity build up, our bodies become restricted & cannot move in their normal patterns.
Pain or Stiffness
Headaches or Migraines
Forward Head Posture
Muscle tightness or pain
Anterior/Posterior Pelvic Tilt
Do you sit at a desk or at home for the majority of your day?
Difficulty with digestion or breathing
Asymmetry in movement or resting position
What is Postural Rehabilitation?
Physical Therapists can evaluate your body mechanics, posture, strength, and mobility to assess what is needed for you to be your best.
We take your entire body into consideration to really determine what might be causing your problem.
Take action, reach out, and let’s talk.
The first step toward recovery is to schedule an appointment with us.
What are simple things I can do to improve my posture right now?
1.) Change positions often. Your body is meant to move.
2.) Be mindful of posture during every activities like watching TV, driving, or working on your computer. Awareness is the very first step.
3.) Identify your habits and tendencies is essential to actively correcting them. Where do you tend to hold the most tension in your body? Which hip do you always hold your child on? Be intentional about using both sides of your body equally for tasks.
Posture Assessments Physical Therapists
Be treated by a specialist.
Physical Therapy Resources
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