With the advances we've made in technology, office jobs that involve sitting at a desk and working at a computer are even more common; and even more physical jobs are incorporating technology into the workplace. Outside of work, social media and easy access to phones and personal devices are changes the way we interact.
These lifestyle changes are contributing to things like "text neck", "head forward posture", and poor posture overall. It's important to still stay active and changing your position and/or activities can help remind you and your body to maintain proper posture.
Posture is vital to your spinal and nervous system health. If you're concerned with your posture or are already experiencing pain, discomfort, or related symptoms such as headaches and insomnia, call us to schedule an appointment with our Doctor of Chiropractic. Dr. Adam Drapkin can help you get on track to improving your posture and ultimately your health!