Online consultation for Posture correction

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When it comes to a good posture, the aim is not just to look presentable but also to keep your Body Healthy. Health is the prime motive of Posture Correction, followed by looking presentable.

Even though exercise and a good diet are the prime factors determining your body’s physical health, posture cannot be neglected. Having a bad posture not only affects how people perceive you but also has long-term effects on your body.

The effects that posture has on your physique can persist throughout your lifetime if you don’t take any steps towards correcting it right now.

Firstly, let us begin by talking about the prime part of the body responsible for posture,

➢ Spine:

The spine is an internal organ present on your back and is primarily essential for your posture. The spine has 3 curves and these curves when kept in their ideal position without straining them, the position is said to be a Good Posture.

The spine is the part of your body that is very easily affected by slight discomfort and this results in back and neck aches which is a problem usually complained about. This problem can be prevented by maintaining a comfortable, yet good posture.

When you hold a bad posture, your body weight is not evenly distributed and the bulk of the strain falls on your spine. This problem can have life-long repercussions which can be painful and menacing.

Online consultation for Posture correction

We offer Online consultation for Posture correction treatments in Mumbai, for

posture corrector physio treatment in Mumbai

posture corrector physio treatment in Mumbai

online posture correction treatment in Mumbai

online posture correction treatment in Mumbai

posture corrector online treatment in Mumbai

posture corrector online treatment in Mumbai

To make it easier for you, here are a few tips as to how to maintain a good posture,

1. It is important to keep your working desk at a level that is comfortable to work on, be it working on your laptop, cooking, or studying.
2. Be aware of your posture at all times. We know that it is difficult to always be mindful about it, but it is advisable to try to be attentive to it.
3. As much as possible, choose low-heeled footwear over high heels. This is because wearing high heels can put excess strain on your spine which could prove to be problematic.
4. Keep exercising as much as possible to stay active. This makes your body strong and fits which only leads to you having a good posture. Yoga, aerobics, etc. are also excellent ways your keep your body fit.
5. Make sure that you have a balanced weight. An increase in weight can result in increased strain on your bones and joints which can cause fatigue and muscle pain.
It is not very simple to correct your posture but we here have a detailed posture correction program to aid you through this. An individually custom-tailored Posture correction program is implemented upon the completion of the posture assessment. This may include interventions like myofascial release work, kinesiotaping, strengthening exercises, stretches, awareness of one’s faulty postural patterns, and mindfulness regarding moving with correct postural patterns. One can start to see changes in the body/ posture in as little as 1 week!

At TheraCure, our Scope of Online consultation for Posture correction includes

At Theracure, we take a systematic approach to body treatment, addressing the root causes of the aches and pains.

  • Acupuncture
  • Advice on self-management techniques such as pacing, stress, and sleep
  • Breathing, relaxation, and mindfulness
  • Cold pack/heat and electrotherapy such as TNS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) Education
  • Exercise prescription and Movement therapy
  • Manual Therapy
  • Posture correction and improvement
  • Therapeutic Massage

We believe in a multidisciplinary approach to pain management. Our physiotherapists, osteopaths, masseurs, counseling psychologist, and pain management therapists work together closely.

Not sure if we can help you with your aches and pains? Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or would like to speak with one of our therapists.

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