Smyrna Chiropractor Explains Why Posture Matters
Standing tall and strong is about more than just looking good. Maintaining proper posture is one of the most important elements that contributes to your overall health and wellness. At East/West Spine and Rehab, we have seen poor posture result in a depletion of energy, stress, and reduced performance. Our Smyrna chiropractic care includes spinal adjustments, a key method for correcting misalignments and ensuring the nervous system is functioning normally. Our chiropractor Dr. Ara Leguizamon helps patients in the Mableton, Marietta, and Austell communities achieve and maintain proper posture and attain optimum health.
Prevent Back Pain, Increase Overall Wellness
Spinal adjustments from our Smyrna chiropractor consist of gentle repositioning of the vertebrae to return them to their proper position. The method can be especially helpful following a car accident, sports injury or other type of trauma, but it can also be beneficial on an ongoing basis to keep your spine healthy and maximize performance. Misalignments can be caused by poor posture habits, such as chronic slouching, craning your neck during prolonged computer use, or propping your head up to read in bed. The misalignments that result can bring back pain and a host of other uncomfortable symptoms.
Chronic poor posture can lead to misalignments that produce unnecessary stress on your spine, ongoing muscle tension, and interference in the nervous system. Our chiropractor has seen misalignments result in reduced lung capacity, less blood and oxygen flowing to the brain, less flexibility, stiff joints, pinched nerves, and a decreased range of motion.
Our Smyrna chiropractic care can halt all those uncomfortable symptoms before they even begin with regular adjustments. Having your spine regularly evaluated helps us ensure your spine remains in position and allows us to correct misalignments at their earliest stages. Contact us today for more information about how chiropractic care can keep you healthy.
Have you ever tried chiropractic care to correct poor posture?