The Importance of Good Posture
Dysponesis is an abnormal neural pattern by the brain. Posture is a neuro program. Therefore poor posture can be a physical picture of dysponesis or an abnormal pattern by the brain. As a chiropractor we are constantly assessing your posture and the movement of your spine. Is it to make you feel better? Yes but the bigger picture is to improve your brain and nervous system health, which is what controls your body. Poor posture has been linked with:
So when your chiropractor adjusts your spine and asks you to sit upright and walk tall, the research behind this shows that it will improve not just how you feel but it will promote your brain function, mental clarity, your lung function and increase your life expectancy. Everyone knows that chiropractors adjust your spine to improve how you function but this is not just on a bio-mechanical level, improving your nervous system and how your body communicates with your brain is the most integral part of chiropractic care. Your adjustments fire up your innate intelligence and your bodies in born ability to heal itself. Exercise helps to improve this internal communication and will aid in your recovery and wellness progress.