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Stay Young and Healthy with Postural Restoration

December 12, 2022 in Posture

Paul Schell

Introduction

The Importance of Good Posture for Health and Well-Being in Middle Age and Beyond

As we age, taking care of our bodies and maintaining good posture becomes increasingly essential. Good posture not only helps us look our best, but it also helps us feel our best, reducing the risk of pain and injury and improving our overall health and well-being. However, our sedentary lifestyles and habits can often lead to poor posture and related health problems.

Enter postural restoration - a comprehensive approach to physical medicine that uses posture correction that considers the interconnected structures and systems of the body. By addressing the root causes of poor posture, postural restoration can help individuals of all ages improve their posture, reduce the risk of pain and injury, and improve overall health and well-being.

So, whether you're looking to alleviate pain and discomfort, improve your posture, or stay young and healthy, postural restoration is here to help. Read on to learn more about this innovative approach to posture correction and how it can benefit you in middle age and beyond.

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Restoring the Body at Any Age through Postural Restoration

It's never too late to start taking care of your body and improving your posture. With postural restoration, individuals of any age can achieve lasting, effective relief from pain and discomfort while improving their overall health and well-being.

Postural restoration addresses the root causes of poor posture, correcting muscle imbalances and asymmetrical patterns in the body. Doing so can help to rejuvenate the body and contribute to graceful aging. Whether you're experiencing pain and discomfort or simply looking to improve your posture, postural restoration can help you achieve your goals and lead to a healthier, happier you.

Anyone, including you, can take control of their health today with postural restoration. By restoring your body at any age, you can improve your posture, reduce the risk of pain and injury, and get on the path to a more rejuvenated, graceful, and youthful you.

Good Posture Beauty & Aesthetics

Good posture is crucial for our overall health and wellness and can also impact our appearance and confidence. Poor posture can contribute to a slouched, unappealing appearance, while good posture can make us look taller, leaner, and more confident.

With postural restoration, individuals can improve their posture and enhance their appearance. Postural restoration can improve posture, reduce pain and discomfort, and provide a more attractive appearance by correcting muscle imbalances and asymmetrical patterns in the body.

One of the bonus benefits of good posture is how much younger you can look. When we slouch, the dominant overuse of the anterior muscles (pecs, neck flexors, etc.) makes the front side of the body sag. It’s not gravity, it’s a lack of balance that makes the chest, face, and arms droop. Asymmetry in the body also shows up in various ways, such as drooping only on the right side of the face, when the right arm is toned, but the left side is flabby, or when the right shoulder is lower than the right.

And, if you’re dealing with chronic pain and ongoing aches, these will add stress to your mental, emotional, and physical states and speed up aging. While typical healthcare does not look at the body in an integrative, holistic approach, this is key to ensuring you get pain relief and stay out of pain. Traditional physical therapists, for example, are limited to the area of your pain. The usual physical therapy approach for low back pain is “stretch the hamstrings and hip flexors, and strengthen the core muscles.” With a full-body postural approach, however, your rounded shoulders, kyphosis, and left hip weakness related to ankle instability (as examples) may be why the nerve impingement is happening in the back.

To illustrate the impact of posture on beauty and aesthetics, consider the following images or graphics:

Don't let poor posture keep you from looking and feeling your best. Postural restoration can improve your posture, reduce the risk of pain and injury, and enhance your beauty and aesthetics. Take control of your posture and your appearance today!

Exercise and Staying Young: The Dynamic Duo of Postural Restoration

Exercise and postural restoration - it's the dynamic duo of health and wellness! Exercise is a key component of postural restoration, helping to strengthen weak muscles, stretch tight muscles, and improve overall balance and stability. By incorporating exercise into your postural restoration program (versus manual techniques where others do the work), you can achieve even more significant benefits for your health and well-being.

But, you may wonder, how does exercise help keep you young? The answer is simple - by improving your posture and reducing the risk of pain and injury, you'll be able to move more freely and with less discomfort, allowing you to stay active and enjoy life to the fullest. Whether you're dancing the night away, playing with your grandchildren, or simply enjoying a walk in the park, good posture and exercise can help you stay young and energetic.

Indeed, postural patterns can be retrained through targeted muscle activity and the implementation of proper biomechanics via corrective exercises. The human body is amazing and postural adaptations can occur faster than you might think. And here’s a fun fact: as we age, the body gets smarter by using neurological changes to gain strength (versus simply growing bigger muscles). This is a major reason age doesn’t matter when starting a program to overcome posture dysfunction.

Even if you’ve had problematic posture conditions for decades, the body is forgiving. We’ve had clients with Harrington rods and fusions from years of dealing with scoliosis, for example, that were able to make significant changes and overcome pain. We’ve had numerous cases where clients have increased the height of their orthotics over the years and didn’t realize that their body had been creating more asymmetry — and thus more pain. Many older clients have also reported losing their balance and fearing falling but didn’t realize that their vestibular, visual, and proprioceptive balance was off because of their poor postural alignment.

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By tapping into exercise as the main thrust of your postural restoration, you can enjoy the benefits of improved posture, reduced pain and injury, and a more youthful, energetic you. So, let's get moving and stay young with postural restoration and exercise!

Conclusion: Embrace the Benefits of Postural Restoration for a Healthier, Happier You

In conclusion, postural restoration offers numerous health and wellness benefits for all ages. By addressing the root causes of poor posture and musculoskeletal dysfunction, a posture therapy program like Activ8 Posture helps individuals of all ages improve their posture, reduce the risk of pain and injury, and lead to a more rejuvenated, graceful, and youthful appearance.

Postural restoration is more thorough and effective through individualized corrective exercise, helping people stay young, energetic, and active. So, whether you're looking to alleviate pain and discomfort, improve your posture, or stay young and healthy, postural restoration is here to help.

Why wait any longer? Embrace the benefits of postural therapy today and take control of your posture and your health. With postural restoration, you can achieve a healthier, happier you and enjoy a more fulfilling, pain-free life.

Are you ready to restore your body's posture so you can achieve your goals?
The first step is to schedule a Discovery Call with one of our experienced Posture Therapists.

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