Standing and sitting with proper postural alignment will allow one to work more efficiently with less fatigue and strain on your body’s muscles and ligaments.
Keeping your spine in alignment and using correct posture are the most important things you can do for your back.
The lower back (lumbar curve) bears the majority of your weight, so proper alignment of this section can prevent injury to your discs, vertebrae, and other portions of your spine.
If you suffer from pain because of poor posture, schedule an appointment with one of the Chiropractors at AICA Snellville today for immediate support.
Maintaining Proper Posture
When a nerve becomes irritated, the body cannot function properly. Remove any source of irritation by keeping your spine healthy and aligned.
You will also need to make adjustments to your daily sleeping, sitting, and standing habits. Your workspace may need to be repositioned to keep your spine from slouching.
What does your optimum ergonomic workstation look like?
No matter how perfect the environment, sustained, static postures will impede blood circulation and take a toll on your body.
The Importance of Stretching
The spine is made for movement, and when sitting in any type of office chair (even an ergonomic office chair) for long periods of time, it is best to get up, stretch, and move around frequently throughout the day to recharge stiff muscles.
Being aware of good posture is the first step to breaking poor postural habits and reducing stress and strain on your spine.
The big payoff with good posture is that we move gracefully, have more energy, and feel healthier.
Visit AICA Snellville To Learn More About Posture and Spinal Health
Schedule an appointment with one of the Chiropractors at AICA Snellville to learn more about maintaining proper posture and other important matters related to spinal health.
We are available 24/7 and work with most insurance policies, giving you complete peace of mind around convenience and cost.
AICA Snellville has served the greater community for over 20 years and continues to offer thousands of patients therapeutic solutions that are of harmful side effects.
If you need help establishing a professional or home environment that is ergonomically friendly, you’re interested in learning about personal nutrition, or are concerned over other matters that affect your health, the Chiropractors at AICA Snellville can help.
Contact us today by filling out our online submission form or call our office at 404-889-8826.