“Sitting up straight” might be what we’re told to do from a young age when it comes to keeping our posture correct, but would you believe that proper posture actually comes from the ground up?
Our feet provide the foundation for the rest of our body-including our spine.
Sometimes, problems in the feet can compromise posture. Flat feet, as well as high or low arches, can stress the ankle and foot, which can then affect the lower back and hips. This can put stress on the spine, making it difficult to comfortably stand up straight. Other problems like shin splints, heel spurs, and not wearing supportive shoes can also cause posture issues.
One of the best ways to overcome poor posture? Visit our centre. We’ll help identify the root cause of your posture issue, and work on an indivual plan to bring your body into perfect alignment.
If you’re struggling with poor posture, we’re here to help. We’ll make sure your spine and neck are in proper alignment with our focused, custom SMAART Method.
If you have any more questions then please free to email us at email@example.com or call us on 0811-3915-339
Yours in Health and Wellness
The Team at Spinalogic
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