Good posture involves training your body to stand, walk, sit, and lie in positions that have the least strain on supporting muscles and ligaments during these activities. With time, bad posture is due to the patterns of daily tasks such as sitting in office chairs, staring at the screen, driving, standing for long periods, or even sleeps using mobile phones.
Ultimately, people who suffer from low back, neck, or shoulder pain can usually trace the roots of these problems to poor posture. Assessing the right posture starts with the base of support. The next step is to align the rest of the body relative to the base of support. The force exerted by the body should flow through the skeleton, through the feet, and into the floor. If this flow is not regular it results in tissue breakdown that results in pain. We at Körperkraft Medicare Centre offer a system for evaluating posture. Through the evaluation of these tests, we can determine the cause of the postural imbalance. The purpose of postural training is to stimulate the body within its complex regulation mechanisms to regain the best functional equilibrium concerning the external stimulations.