Posture Education


Good posture is important because it allows the equal distribution of weight through the body so that it can function properly and protect against injury.

In sitting and standing, “good posture” is a gentle ‘S’ shape of your spine with your head relaxed, balanced in a midline position over your shoulders and your shoulders in line with your hips

We offer Postural assessment and re-education using concepts of Kinetic Control and Clinical Pilates like Stabilization, Neutral Pelvis that play a role in the management of spine pain for some patients.

There are several treatments that maybe used to treat biomechanical problems including

  • Providing insoles
  • Adapting corrected walking style
  • Muscle imbalance correction
  • Strengthening exercises
  • Stretching exercises
  • Advice on activity