Posture education & correction REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT


To lead a healthy life and to have healthy mind, good posture is very important. It is due to correct posture our body is in alignment with itself. Due to incorrect posture, some common problems such as back or neck pain, headaches and fatigue are alleviated. Good health and correct posture boast our bearing and self-confidence.

Assessing posture can help us to locate problems such as knee pain, hip or ankle pain and the part of body from which these problems arise. An expert physiotherapist will assess the correct posture of a person by observing his or her gait, muscle mass, height of body parts and other defect from back, side, while walking and while sitting.

Our aim is to educate you about correct posture and suggest you various measures to keep your body fit and in correct alignment. Exercises that strengthen the muscles of upper back and shoulders also come under our curriculum. We will tell you about correct posture during sitting, standing, walking, driving posture, posture during carrying weight and sleeping posture. By adapting correct life style and posture you can actively lead a very healthy life without various pain and can avoid allopathic medicines which has undue side effects on your body.

Our expert physiotherapist will train you from pain by helping you and guiding you to lead a healthy and active life.

Benefits of postural correction training :

  • Muscle conditioning, core strength and improved flexibility
  • Relieve workplace injuries
  • Back pain relief
  • Accelerated injury rehabilitation and injury prevention
  • Increasing oxygen flow, deeper breathing and energy


Why posture is important?

Todays sedentary life style occupation working on computer for several hours causes poor posture adaptation and thus results in muscular imbalance that leads to posture related pain and soft tissue disorders like upper crossed syndrome and lower crossed syndromes.

Posture related pain are successfully managed by physiotherapy by correcting muscular imbalance.