Hope for Manchester Back and Neck Pain Due to Slouching and Poor Posture

Our moms and dads told us about slouching. Our teachers did, too. Certainly, our Manchester chiropractor does today! Did we or do we listen? Not most of us when we were young and maybe a small number who are older and wiser today. Manchester Chiropractic & Sports Injuries accepts and welcomes slouchers and poor posture folks. Come to Manchester Chiropractic & Sports Injuries for Manchester neck pain and back pain relief from your slouching ways. Go away with tips on how to avoid posture-influenced pain and misery.


Slouching posture is just not good, not good for your spine, your health, your mood. Slouching is connected to things like pain, depression, and stress in addition to lower levels of general health, emotional well-being, and energy/fatigue. (1) Spinal angles must be abided by which slouching do not do. The pelvic angle, the angle of pelvic tilt, body mass index and thoracic kyphosis angle displayed a significant role in whether a person experienced back pain or not. (2) Slouching while lifting is not good either as it put a strain on disc fibers and raised intradiscal pressure. Consequently, Recent research recommended using a “free posture” that it was not too kyphotic or lordotic curved. This used both active and passive spine elements in a more balanced manner. (3) This concept of balance makes good sense to chiropractors and their chiropractic patients who are well aware what triggers their back pain bouts.


Back pain sufferers can explain to us chiropractors what they believe initiates their pain. Active movements (35%), static postures (28.1%), overdoing a task (5.3%), biomechanical issues, lack of exercise, work and medications are on the list. Some Manchester back pain sufferers will concur that even nonbiomedical concerns like psychological state/stress/anxiety, weather, sleep, diet and fatigue may trigger back pain. (4) Your Manchester chiropractor is aware of how beneficial our Manchester back pain patients’ knowledge of their pain helps them recover. Knowledge like this plus a tool can make great results!


Could today’s fancy tech improve posture? Possibly, it may do so quite a bit!  As with anything in life, feedback is helpful; feedback influences change. In a new study of feedback on posture using a wearable feedback device just 15 minutes a day improved participants’ reports on physical functioning, emotions, energy/fatigue, confidence, overall stress in addition to neck and back posture contrasted with a group who didn’t use the device. (1) We – your Manchester chiropractor too – set out with the best of intentions to “watch” our posture, but when it comes down to it, we just aren’t that observant on our own! Manchester Chiropractic & Sports Injuries is here to help.

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Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. Roy Siegel whose NYC practice partners with performers of all types…as well as a special patient in Pope John Paul II…whose posture is foundational to what they do. On The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson about his involvement with The Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management.

Schedule you Manchester chiropractic appointment with Manchester Chiropractic & Sports Injuries today. Slouchers and poor posture sufferers of all ages are invited. It is time to heed the warning about the hazards of poor posture and resulting Manchester back pain and neck pain. At Manchester Chiropractic & Sports Injuries, you'll experience pain relief and get advice for preventing more pain.

Manchester Chiropractic & Sports Injuries shares slouching prevention advice to improve poor posture and ease related back pain and neck pain. 
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