Physiotherapists are trained in the assessment of posture and ergonomics
and can assist in managing postural problems.
Physiotherapists are trained in the assessment of posture and ergonomics and can assist in managing postural problems.
Most postures can be sustained for a short time however certain sitting or standing postures can place increased pressure on discs. Prolonged periods in these postures can cause adaptive shortening to various tissues. This may be associated with muscoskeletal discomfort and dysfunction in some people.
Our patient centric physiotherapists can help by conducting a thorough assessment of patients posture.
Pressure biofeedback units are used by your physiotherapist to assess and facilitate the function of affected muscles. This method has been successful in treating posture-related neck and back pain.
Other useful physiotherapy techniques include:
PANACEA PHYSIOTHERAPY’S consultant physiotherapists can visit work sites to assess the patient's working posture and physical demands of the
job and to provide advice and modifications where necessary.
Seek the advice and treatment of a Panacea Physiotherapists today in the
management of postural conditions so that you can experience significant
improvements in pain and functional capacity as well as possibly prevent
recurrence of the problem.