For 25 years I have been analyzing posture and seeing the results of poor posture. Through X-ray, imaging, spinalyzer or simple visual inspection, we can see how posture affects the spine and how the spine affects posture. A quick observation shows that the level of the head (ears), shoulders, and hips is helpful in determining if there is a spinal problem. If they are not level, as you can see in this image, the spine compensates for imbalances by curving. Each curve places abnormal pressure on the discs, joints and nerves. And what does that pressure mean? It can cause a wide range of symptoms and conditions — from muscle spasms and pain to debilitating degenerative arthritis.
The best solution is:
1) Early Chiropractic Examination
2) Simple Chiropractic Adjustments to Balance the Joints
3) Biomechanic Aids and Exercises
If you or a friend or family member show signs of poor posture or already have symptoms, schedule an appointment for a complimentary evaluation with the Master’s Spinalyzer Posture Analyzer.
It’s quick, easy, and non-invasive, but it can show spinal scoliosis and distortions of the spine and skeletal structures — in seconds.