Spinal Screenings for Better Posture
What is a Spinal Screening?
We all want a healthy, long and fulfilling life. To achieve this we try to take good care of our health, well-being and surroundings. Key to this is the health of your spine. Have you had your spine and nervous system checked for vertebral misalignment and nerve interference?
Please read on to discover just how important a spinal screening is, what chiropractors look for and how your health may benefit.
When Should I Have My Spine Checked?
A spinal screen will assess your spine for vertebral misalignment, posture abnormalities and other body signals that may warrant further chiropractic investigation. Accidents, trauma, repetitive strain injury, poor sleeping posture and poor ergonomics may cause your spinal bones to degenerate.
If you haven’t had your spine checked, consider this:
- How long would you go without brushing your teeth?
- Would you wait for your teeth to rot and fall out before you see a dentist?
- Would you wait for your car to break down before you book a service?
Key Body Signals
Chiropractors look for the underlying cause of your health concern and provide recommendations for treatment. A chiropractor will examine your spine to locate nerve interference and vertebral misalignment.
There are 5 key body signals that a chiropractor will look for during your spine screening:
- forward head carriage
- higher/lower shoulders
- misaligned pelvis
- muscle tightness
Take Action Today
To schedule your chiropractic consultation please call or email the clinic today and we look forward to helping you.