THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING A STRUCTURAL AND POSTURAL EVALUATION
Having a structural and postural evaluation assessment done could show the answer and the root cause of your ongoing pain!!
Did you know that most of us are born with a certain degree of structural and postural asymmetry and distortion?
Did you know that this could be the cause of the ongoing pain in your body?
Many people live for years with postural distortion that doesn’t manifest as pain until middle age.
Do you know that this often goes undiagnosed and you could be spending hundreds of dollars on treatments ie/ massage, chiropractic and physiotherapy only to have the pain return?
Lost hours of productivity at work caused by pain such as headache, neck and shoulder pain and back pain, cost employer’s thousands of dollars each year.
Having a structural and postural assessment done will show you whether you have a bone length discrepancy, that could be the root cause of the ongoing pain in your body.
If the structure of your body is not assessed and rectified than any other treatment undertaken to relieve the pain will most likely be short lived.
On the flip side, when the body is evaluated and then corrected, from a structural and postural perspective, interventions such as physical therapy, massage and chiropractic have a greatly increased chance of early success and the treatments last longer and may even eleviate pain all together.
Many people suffer unresolved, widespread pain patterns even after having extensive therapy. Not all evaluations are the same so choose carefully. The use of wedges to adjust the body are not recommended and can make the condition worse. Having a structural and postural evaluation may assist with some of these conditions.
- Chronic headaches or migraines
- Back pain
- Neck and shoulder pain
- Frozen shoulder
- Upper back pain
- Hip/knee pain
- Bulging disks
- Athletic injuries
Having a structural and postural evaluation is simple and can be done at work, at your home or in clinic, it takes about an hour and all you need to do is wear comfortable clothes.