Posture Correction

Posturology is a safe and effective therapy for postural dysfunctions, that corrects the alignment of the spine and muscular dysfunction, increasing the response of the nervous system and the body’s ability to function at it’s maximum potential. Proper posture is a fundamental component of health and wellness. Health care professionals from all disciplines agree that proper postural alignment, biomechanics, and stability contribute to overall better health. Proper posture is a key component to living a life of optimal health and longevity. To obtain this level of wellbeing that you were designed to have, Posturology is the most effective and most revolutionary therapy to meet your health care needs.

The goal of Posturology is to optimize neurological input to the central nervous system by stimulating the 4 key sensory receptors (feet, eyes, jaw and skin) that have a direct and profound effect on the sensitivity of the tendons, joints and skin and the proper functioning of the musculo-skeletal system.

Posturology deploys itself for its coherent principles based on biomechanics and neuromuscular coordination, and the effectiveness of its results. Posturology is a gentle, progressive and active method, which can be applied to patients of any age, respecting each person’s capability.

Posturology is the study of the postural system and of the sensors used to inform your central nervous system about imbalances in your posture. Over the past 25 years, this discipline has dramatically improved our ability to address imbalances in posture.

Neuroscientists have identified two primary sensory receptors responsible for the way your brain organizes posture information:
• The skin of the feet tell your brain where your body is on the ground
• The eye muscles telegraph the position of the head to your brain

Unfortunately, many people have feet that do not rest evenly on the ground and eyes that do not track symmetrically. When your feet are uneven on the ground, your entire body will be uneven. Similarly, asymmetrical eye tracking can result in head and shoulder tilts as your brain attempts to keep the eyes on a level plane. These sensory imbalances cause alignment issues with your body.